On Mon, Nov 18, 2013 at 4:29 PM, Peter Cock <p.j.a.c...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 18, 2013 at 4:23 PM, Eric Kuyt <eric.ku...@wur.nl> wrote:
>> Hi Peter, it turns out we only have a workbench licence, the clc_assembler
>> packaged with the workbench is called ./clc_assembler_ilo
>> which has the man page below, do you think this is the same binary as the
>> clc-assembly-cell assembler?
>> I will just try to link clc_assembler_ilo to my path and see what it does :)
> Try creating a symlink named clc_assembler (or hacking my wrapper
> to look for clc_assembler_ilo instead of clc_assembler), but yes, it
> looks like the same tool under a different name (see below).
> Interestingly yours is newer then ours, perhaps we need an update...
> What about the clc_mapper and clc_cas_to_sam binaries which
> are used in my clc_mapper.xml wrapper? Are they there under
> different names too?
> [I have no idea if the CLCbio workbench licence is intended to allow
> you to run the clc_assembler at the command line as well - you may
> need to double check that to be safe.]
> Regards,
> Peter

Hi Eric,

Were you able to run the tools within the CLC workbench at the
command line? This would be very encouraging for getting the
most value-for-money out of existing CLCbio licences.


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