This page will guide you through the installation process. Let’s have a look at the requirements first.
Be aware that in the programs of DomainWorld, the BioSeqDataLib is usually included as a submodule and you don’t have to manually download it unless you have no internet connection and/or don’t want to use git. Compilation will not be needed if you use it with the programs provided on this website.
We try to keep the dependencies as little as possible. Current dependencies are:
In most Linux distributions (e.g. Ubuntu, Arch Linux) it should be possible to install these dependencies using the package manager.
You can either download the compressed source code from our gitlab webpage https://ebbgit.uni-muenster.de/domainWorld/BioSeqDataLib or use git to clone the repository:
git clone https://ebbgit.uni-muenster.de/domainWorld/BioSeqDataLib.git
If you use ‘git clone’ you can easily update to a newer version when available.
If you want to use the library as a shared library follow the instructions below to compile and install it. Create a build directory inside the source folder in which the code will be compiled. CMake is used to find all the needed requirements of the library.
mkdir build cd build cmake .. make
To install type the command below. However, you will need root rights for it.
sudo make install
You probably need to set up some parameters in a configuration file but don’t worry that is easy to do. Have a look here
Sometimes it will be necessary to update the BSDL if you install a new version of a program either because it contains
some new features or because we unfortunately had a bug somewhere that we have now fixed. If you used
git for the
original download you can simply use git to update your code. Simply change into the BioSeqDataLib directory and type:
You now simply follow again the steps in the Installation section. If you downloaded the code without git you will have to download the latest version and replace the old one with it.