[Chimera-users] cannot open session
gregc at cgl.ucsf.edu
Wed Oct 10 15:21:28 PDT 2012
Yes, when chimera 1.6 became a production release candidate, the daily
builds switched to version 1.7. And especially for session files, any
version of 1.7 is considered newer than any version of 1.6. Version
1.6.2 is a patched version of 1.6 and while the date is newer than your
version of the daily build, the code is much older. So you need a newer
daily build (or the same one) to restore that session file, luckily
there is a new version every day :-).
On 10/10/2012 03:01 PM, Francesco Pietra wrote:
> chimera production version 1.6.2 (build 36855) 2012-07-06 17:55:00 UTC
> is unable to restore *.py files saved with
> chimera alpha version 1.7 (build 36726) 2012-06-21 01:06:17 UTC
> on another computer. Both computers running GNU-Linux Debian amd64 wheezy..
> Error message "cannot open session that was saved in a newer version
> of Chimera; update your version"
> Does "alpha version" override date and stable compilations? The unable
> version has a more recent date. Then, I have installed the latest
> stable version of chimera, and the error was the same.
> Thanks for advice
> francesco pietra
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