[Chimera-users] Importing Midas within non-Chimera python installation
pett at cgl.ucsf.edu
Thu Mar 5 12:38:20 PST 2009
On Mar 5, 2009, at 12:21 PM, Drew Bryant wrote:
> Currently I'm using a non-gui daily build of Chimera for 64-bit Linux
> and calling the chimera binary via the shell (which works), but I need
> to be able to pass parameters to the script being run at the command
I'm hoping others will chime in with regard to the errors you got when
trying to import chimera modules into a standalone Python, but
specifically in regard to the above you can pass arguments to your
script if you tell Chimera it's a script (rather than a session file,
say) by using the --script flag. Here's the pertinent info from the
Put all unprocessed arguments into sys.argv for the script to handle.
The end of arguments for Chimera can be indicated with --. For example,
chimera --nogui --nostatus --script myscript.py -- -p 1jhg -r 1.8
would pass the arguments -p 1jhg -r 1.8 to the script. See the
Programmer's FAQ for more details. See also the commandrunscript.
UCSF Computer Graphics Lab
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