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Old 07-09-2008, 01:09 AM
Charles Plessy
 
Default Bug#489983: ITP: srf -- generic format for DNA sequence data

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Charles Plessy <plessy@debian.org>

Package name : srf
Version : 0.1
Upstream Author : http://srf.sourceforge.net/groups.html <ssrformat@mail.bcgsc.ca>
URL : http://srf.sourceforge.net/
License : Apache License V2.0
Programming Lang: C++
Description : specification and C++ implementation of the SRF format for DNA sequence data

Package: srf-doc
Description: specification documents for the SRF format DNA sequence data
SRF (sort for Sequence Read Format) is a generic format capable of storing
data generated by any DNA sequencing technology. Hence it has sufficient
flexibility to store data from current and future DNA sequencing technologies
at minimal cost of implementation. Benefits include a single input file format
for all downstream applications and a read lookup index enabling downstream
formats to reference reads without duplication of all of the read specific
information.
.
This package contains the version 1.3 and the draft of the version
1.3.1 of the SRF specification.

Packages: libsrf1
Description: C++ implementation of the SRF format for DNA sequence data
SRF (sort for Sequence Read Format) is a generic format capable of storing
data generated by any DNA sequencing technology. This library is an
implementation of SRF and provides basic input-output functions.

(To be checked, I have no idea what this library is doing in detail)

The library shipped in the srf source has a dependancy on something not
packaged yet in Debian (Staden's io-lib); I do not expect all this to enter
Debian before the last quarter of the year. srf-doc could of course be uploaded
shortly if requested.

--
Charles Plessy
Debian-Med packaging team
Tsurumi, Kanagawa, Japan



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