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|Structural analysis of phosphorylation sites|
We are going to use Perl (Pedro) and Python (Raik). The Python code builds on the Biskit library. Our scripts are available through Google Code:
1. Install a subversion (svn) client
2. Then check out the latest version of the code:
3. Before running python scripts, you also need to install the Biskit library
After the initial checkout, the basic principle is always:
There are many graphical front-ends to subversion and most programming environments integrate some subversion support. But even without any GUI candy, you only need to remember 3 or 4 svn commands to work on the code. These are:
cd phospho3d svn update
...make your change; e.g. add new file myscript.py...
svn add myscript.py
...check what has changed locally...
svn update svn ci -m 'your checkin message'
Allways update your local copy to the latest state **directly before** checking in any change!
By default, svn commands operate on the local folder and all sub-folders. You can limit them to certain files: