Tutorial:Getting started: Downloading MSL

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MSL is open source software distributed under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public.

MSL is available from SourceForge, at the project page (stable releases) and at the SVN repository (stable, betas, development version).

Download links

  • v.1.1, stable release, created Apr 3, 2013, last update (v.1.1.0.9) Feb 11, 2014
  • v.1.0, old release (bug fixes back-ported), created Jul 8, 2012, last update (v.1.0.0.14) Feb 11, 2014
  • Development version (trunk)
svn checkout svn://svn.code.sf.net/p/mslib/code/trunk mslib/trunk

To check out a specific version, you may want to first list all the tags via:

svn ls -v ^/tags

Then checkout the revision number (e.g. 1765) via:

svn checkout -r 1765 svn://svn.code.sf.net/p/mslib/code/trunk mslib/trunk

For compiling instructions refer to the Tutorial page.

NOTE: by default, MSL assumes that you have installed GSL. We highly recommend that you install GSL prior to MSL compilation.


History

Version 1.1, released 3 April, 2013

New Features

  • Added IMM1 solvation model
  • Added a facility to temporarily hide identities (amini acid types) at positions that contain more than one identity
  • Initial implementation of clustering algorithms (SingleLinkage, Average-Linkage, Complete-Linkage and PAM/Kmedoids) in src/Clustering.h
  • Object for fitting a coiled coil to parameters, in src/CoiledCoilFitter.h

Bug fixes

  • Fixed bug with linked position during on-the-fly energy computation
  • Fixed bugs in the implementation of SCWRL4 hydrogen bond

Version 1.0,released 8 July, 2013

First release



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