[Bioperl-l] Bio::Moose is now....
cjfields at illinois.edu
Sat Aug 1 02:22:17 UTC 2009
I think, before any CPAN release, I want to nip the monolith in the
bud. Just have Meta/Root and simple interfaces (roles) describing
classes in Biome, actual implementations or other additions going into
BiomeX::*. The current Biome::Location/Annotation/etc would
eventually be moved into their own BiomeX repos. Bundle with
Task::Biome (maybe add some automated bundling options). Sound
I'll try to get a ROADMAP up next week.
On Jul 31, 2009, at 9:53 AM, Robert Buels wrote:
> I think this sounds great. GREAT news about the Biome::PrimarySeq
> Chris Fields wrote:
>> Biome! This makes the most sense to me; as Mark points out the
>> name works as an appropriate acronym (BioPerl with Metaclass
>> Extensions), as well as a biome being (per wikipedia):
>> "a climatically and geographically defined areas of ecologically
>> similar climatic conditions such as communities of plants, animals,
>> and soil organisms ... often referred to as ecosystems".
>> Seems a fitting name for a open-source project. I'll be moving the
>> namespace over to Biome over the next couple of days on github.
>> Now I owe Mark some beer...
>> Now, for extensions, should I assume this will eventually be
>> BioPerl2 (and thus use BioX::*)? Or stick with BiomeX::*?
>> PS: Just a quick benchmark for the current Bio::Moose::PrimarySeq
>> implementation (we don't have SeqIO working as of yet, so the
>> benchmark script does the heavy lifting):
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