Dear all,

As promised earlier, we have made the first release on
rubyforge.org. Please take a look at project 'molruby'
at http://rubyforge.org/projects/molruby.

Please read the README file and the release notes.

Please help the project by active participation and
testing.

Thanks and best regards,

JS

Srinivas Jonnalagadda wrote:
> Dear all,
> 
> A chemist colleague of mine and I are working on creating
> a set of cheminformatics tools. I have applied for a
> project registration at rubyforge.org.
> 
> The project aims at providing a shell architecture for the
> tools. The data-holding classes, parsers, compute-engines
> and output formatters can all be developed independently.
> A mapper class does the appropriate 'include's of
> functionality into the respective data-holding classes.
> 
> The first few computational tools have been developed, and
> are being tested for chemical correctness.
> 
> The consumer code is mostly expected to be drivers that use
> these as library code. However, a sample driver code shall
> also be provided.
> 
> We are also working on a README to get the scientist user
> started quickly.
> 
> I shall post an update once we make a release on rubyforge.
> 
> Best regards,
> 
> JS
> 
> Hanjo Kim wrote:
>> Hello, I'm new to ruby and this lists, and woking in cheminformatics 
>> field.
>>
>> I searched newsgroup and googled but find no chemistry-related ruby
>> application. Is there any chemistry-related application written in
>> ruby?
>>
>> In perl, I know that thera are many chemistry-related modules like
>> Chemistry::File::SDF, Chemistry::File::smiles, and so on.
>>
>> Any suggestion please.
>>
>> Thank you in advance.
>>
>> Hanjo Kim
>>
>