Re: [PyMOL] pymol raytracing crash

2003-09-16 Thread Thomas Siegmund
Dear Warren,

I installed it with python distutils from source. See the bug report I filed 
in the meantime for details. It turned out to be a problem with some versions 
of gcc - crash when raytracing lines, sticks or meshes with gcc (GCC) 3.3 
20030226 (prerelease) (SuSE Linux) and with gcc 3.3.1, but a perfectly 
stable PyMOL with good old gcc 2.95.3.

Best regards


Am Dienstag, 16. September 2003 00:37 schrieb Warren L. DeLano:

   I tried running your script on the current development version
 and on a version 0.90 binary, and wasn't able to get PyMOL to crash.

   How is PyMOL installed on your system?


 Warren L. DeLano, Ph.D.
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  -Original Message-
  From: [mailto:pymol-users-] On Behalf Of Thomas Siegmund
  Sent: Wednesday, September 10, 2003 6:16 AM
  Subject: [PyMOL] pymol raytracing crash
  Hi everybody,
  I am new to pymol. So maybe I'm doing something wrong, but pymol


  everytime crashes when I try to raytrace a picture. I had some success
  small protein structures in cartoon representation. The same molecule


Thomas Siegmund, Ph.D.
DeveloGen AG
Bioinformatics and Data Management
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[PyMOL] getting color of a residue + selecting non-natural residues

2003-09-16 Thread Tina Li

I have two operations that I want to perform, and am not aware of a simple way
(if possible) of doing them. So here it goes:

1. how (if possible) to retrieve the color for a residue as identified in an
expression, e.g. resi 9? Note that it's not a range so no multiple answers
is possible. I guess the question could extend to other attributes like
representation, etc. The reason I need that is to be able to switch back to a
residue's original color after highlighting it in another.

2. how to select all non-natural residues (anything that's not in the list of
20 standard AAs)?

I'm going the brute-force way, i.e.

select naturals1, resn naturals1
select naturals2, resn naturals2
select nonnaturals, !naturals1  !naturals2

which is ugly. I couldn't find a predefined keyword for them though.

Many thanks!