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d.m.a.martin at dundee.ac.uk
Thu Mar 20 15:14:40 UTC 2003
On 20/3/03 3:05 pm, "Lisa Mullan" <lmullan at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk> wrote:
> As far as I know it was St. Swithans Day (15th July) 2000 - that's what I
> tell people on the courses, so unless Alan was drunk when he told
Well I would have been as that was my birthday.. That was release 1.0.0
0.0.4 was floating around for at least a year before that (and earlier
incarnations before that).
The first useable production release is a more subjective question..
probably about christmas 1999.
The changes were flying thick and fast back then.. 2 or three updates a
> PS: If you need any material, let me know.
> Lisa Mullan
> HGMP Resource Centre
> Cambridge, CB10 1SB
> Tel: 01223 494526
> Email: lmullan at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
> On Thu, 20 Mar 2003, [ISO-8859-1] Martín Sarachu wrote:
>> I'm preparing a presentation on EMBOSS and I would like to know when was
>> the first release of it. In http://www.emboss.org in the "History" page
>> isn't mentioned, only that it evolved from EGCG.
>> Martín Sarachu
>> mad at biol.unlp.edu.ar
>> EMBNet Argentina
David Martin PhD
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Post-Genomics and Molecular Interactions Centre
University of Dundee
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