In article <subr9heh3el.fsf at sanger.ac.uk>,
Peter Rice <pmr at sanger.ac.uk> wrote:
>Tim Cutts <timc at chiark.greenend.org.uk> writes:
>>> I'm trying to write a parser for SRS 5.1 for a databank which has two
>> distinct types of subentry. Ideally I would like to keep these separate
>> as two subentry databases.
>>>> But this doesn't work!
>>>> Whichever one I put first works, and the second one is ignored.
>>I seem to recall this is one of those things that refused to work in
>SRS 5.1 but could be done in 6.0, for example (srs6 swissprot.i) :
I have now fixed SRS 5.1 so it *does* work. It's a relatively simple
set of patches to $SRSSOU/library.c. The alternative query form still
doesn't work quite right, but I'm working on that, and will submit the
complete set of patches to this newsgroup when I'm done. wgetz is quite
a lot harder to debug, because it's a CGI program. I'm having to write
a test C program which incorporates some of wgetz' functionality to test
Was the @file.list thing supposed to work in 5.1, or was it a feature
that never got put in at all? If it's one that's supposed to be there,
I'll make that my next SRS debugging project!