[Biojava-l] RestrictionEnzymeManager REBASE reader bug?

mark.schreiber at novartis.com mark.schreiber at novartis.com
Tue Jun 21 20:48:57 EDT 2005

Oops. I was supposed to check that in.

A bug tracking feature would be nice although I fear that the number of 
hands available to fix those tracked bugs might be severely limiting. If 
people know of good and free systems I could reccomend them to the 
open-bio admins.

There was some talk of a searchable mail archive a while ago (although 
google seems to do a pretty good job of indexing our mail). I'll try and 
follow it up.

- Mark

"george waldon" <gwaldon at geneinfinity.org>
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06/22/2005 12:12 AM
Please respond to george waldon

        To:     Biojava-l at biojava.org
        cc:     (bcc: Mark Schreiber/GP/Novartis)
        Subject:        RE: [Biojava-l] RestrictionEnzymeManager REBASE reader bug?

Of course it's a bug and I reported it a while ago:

Dated from Wed 5/11/2005 11:31 AM
"There is also a bug I found a while ago. In 
RestrictionEnzymeManager.java, around 2/3 down, put

for (Iterator ii = isoschizomers.iterator(); ii.hasNext();) {
    String isoName = (String) ii.next();
    Object re = nameToEnzyme.get(isoName);

helps to deal with isoschizomers."

A mean to track bugs would be nice but more important I think would be a 
searchable mail archive. I remember there is a way to search biojava 
archive somewhere but I couldn't find it on the biojava web site. Would be 
nice to have a link on the site.

- George

-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:biojava-l-bounces at portal.open-bio.org] On Behalf Of Jesse
Sent: Tuesday, June 21, 2005 6:06 AM
To: biojava-l at biojava.org
Subject: RE: [Biojava-l] RestrictionEnzymeManager REBASE reader bug?

I think I found the problem.

The Restriction Enzyme name (<1>) of an entry can be linked to the
isoschizomers field (<2>) of other entries. So when I remove an entry, I
also have to remove those names in the isoschizomers field of other 

So it's not a bug.

- Jesse
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