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PDBlib - Library for modeling a macromolecular structure
PDBlib is a class library written in C++ for modeling a macromolecular structure at the level of detail (excluding symmetry information) found in a Protein Data Back (PDB) file. A class is supplied to read a PDB file into a PDBlib representation. This class is independent of the actual representation and other forms of input, for example from a relational database like SESAM, are possible.
The library is made extensible by a close coupling between intrinsic and external classes. By writing only to the external classes you will remain compliant with future versions of the library.
You don't get source code. This is a temporary situation while we attempt to centralize bug fixes and additions to the library. If you find this situation unworkable source code is available by signing a copyright agreement which is available with the distribution.
The following files are available :
PDBLib.1.0.SGI.tar.Z Compressed tar file of PDB object classes library and header files for SGI. AT&T C++ release 2.1 & 3.0 compatible.
PDBLib.1.0.Sun.tar.Z Compressed tar file of PDB object classes library and header files for Sun Sparc station. AT&T C++ release 2.1 & 3.0 compatible.
PDBLib.1.0.Cvx.tar.Z Compressed tar file of PDB object classes library and header files for Convex. AT&T C++ release 2.1 compatible.
PDBLib.1.0.Alpha.tar.Z Compressed tar file of PDB object classes library and header files for Dec 3000 (Alpha AXP) with OSF1. Dec C++ (cxx) release 1.2 compatible.
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