Dear Peter

Thank you for your email.

Yes. This is the file type I mean. Sorry for the typo.

Any chance there is a pretty class with appropriate sniff functions etc. 
somewhere? Currently it looks a little bit like a hack on my side.

Thanks a lot for your help

On 11/09/13 10:16, Peter Cock wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 11, 2013 at 9:46 AM, Ulf Schaefer <> wrote:
>> Hello all
>> Has anyone successfully integrated the phylib file type into Galaxy in
>> their local install? It's a standard file type for multiple sequence
>> alignment and I could not possibly be the only one who want to support
>> it in a local install.
> Do you mean phylip with a p at the end? If so try this:
> Note however there are both strict and relaxed interpretations
> of the PHYLIP standard (the original version imposed taxon
> name limits), and also both interlaced/interleaved and
> sequential forms.
> The EMBOSS repository has "phylipnon" for non-interleaved
> (i.e. sequential) PHYLIP format , and "phylip" for either.
> Peter

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