[MISC] [MOBY-l] Processing MOBY responses:MOBYSHoundGetGenBankff as an example
gberriz at hms.harvard.edu
Fri Apr 9 09:46:38 EDT 2004
In that case, I'd be happy to try coding it from scratch. I would need to
know the specific API/input-output signature for this sub. Do you (or
anyone else reading this) have it?
At 08:29 AM 4/9/2004 -0500, mwilkinson wrote:
>I decided to take advantage of the easter weekend to upgrade my Linux
>kernel... It didn't go as well as I had hoped! I don't have a network at
>the moment so I can't point you to Ken's library (I'm responding from my
>If you don't get a response from someone else first, I'll reply as soon as
>I get my net back up.
>Thanks for the offer!
>From: Gabriel Berriz <gberriz at hms.harvard.edu>
>Date: Fri, 09 Apr 2004 09:30:01
>To:markw at illuminae.com
>Cc:mobyl <moby-l at biomoby.org>
>Subject: Re: [MISC] [MOBY-l] Processing MOBY responses:
> MOBYSHoundGetGenBankff as an example
>At 03:41 PM 4/8/2004 -0700, Mark Wilkinson wrote:
> >There is only one ~useful client-side method call "extract response
> >articles", that is available in the MOBY::CommonSubs module.
> >This (unfortunately) returns the individual responses as XML::DOM
> >objects, rather than having a MOBY-specific API to access the
> >information in these objects. Ken has some code that does a much nicer
> >job of creating Perl objects from MOBY Object XML, but at the moment it
> >isn't 100% API compliant. I'm hoping this will one day this will migrate
> >into this CommonSubs routine so that all of the libraries are in one
>I'd be happy to take a crack at it. Where can I find this code by
>Ken? What's the name of the sub, and what exactly is not API-compliant
>about it? (I assume that the API you are referring to is the one at
>http://www.biomoby.org/twiki/bin//view/Moby/MobySAPI ; please correct me if
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