Hello,

We recently updated our main server and a bug was introduced to this tool.
This bug has been fixed in our main repository, and we'll update our server
in the next day or so to fix this bug.

Thanks,
J.

On Mon, Feb 14, 2011 at 5:24 PM, Keith E. Giles <gil...@mail.nih.gov> wrote:

> a few days ago I was able to extract genomic DNA from a bed file in
> either fasta or interval format. But today, that same file, and
> subsets of that larger file are giving me errors.  It doens't tell me
> much.  What is so incredibly frustrating is that the datasets are
> identical!!!  One day they seem to work, the  next not.  Any ideas?
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