[Chimera-users] it might be nice to have the code on github
goddard at sonic.net
Tue May 30 12:47:40 PDT 2017
You can check out the Chimera source code (SVN) as described under the “source code” link on the Chimera download page.
You can also browse source files on our developer web site (linked from the Chimera page documentation index):
We have talked about moving ChimeraX our next generation version of Chimera to GitHub, maybe Chimera source could be moved too. But it could be a lot of work and given all the other things we are working on we have not yet been sufficiently motivated to do it. When ChimeraX APIs are stable the move to GitHub to get more outside developers will be worth the effort.
> On May 30, 2017, at 1:08 AM, Francois BERENGER wrote:
> Sometimes, I want to dig into the source code of chimera, to know
> the implementation details of something.
> For projects hosted on github, this is easy.
> Also, in my experience, github fosters contributions from users.
> That being said, I did not use chimera for 2/3 years.
> I am glad to see that it is even more powerful and easy to use
> than before.
> The tutorials are also excellent (like: Preparing Molecules for DOCKing)
> and the .bild format that chimera can read in is extremely programmer friendly (it is so easy to generate).
> My love for chimera (over pymol) is renewed.
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