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Required Elements (req)

The 'Required Elements' package has been retired, due to decreased demand. The spatial package was originally utilizing this package as a prerequisite, but it was eventually determined that the information added was not necessary for tools reading spatial documents.


SBML Level 3 Package Activity Status Page

Package name: Required Elements
Package label: req
Package purpose: Support for fine-grained indication of SBML elements that have been changed by the presence of another package.
Package Working Group mailing list: sbml-required

Contact address (where to ask questions): sbml-required@lists.sourceforge.net
Specification status: Retired (no more work is planned).
Latest specification document: Version of 30 May 2013

SBML Editor acting as liason: Lucian Smith
This table is generated automatically from the data for req in the SBML Level 3 Package Status spreadsheet.


Status of specification and/or proposal development

Current specification document: Latest document in PDF format

Ongoing activities involving the specification: Verifying the provisional or draft specification through software implementations.
Errata for the current specification document: There are no known issues or errors at this time.

All previous specification documents: No documents are available at this time.

Status of LibSBML support

LibSBML implementation status: A prototype or test implementation is available.
Where can you find a distribution?: SourceForge directory

Support for an SBML Level 3 package in libSBML is realized as a compile-time, plug-in extension. This table summarizes the status of the libSBML support for req. Source code for any given libSBML extension (if one has been developed) is available from the libsbml-packages branch of the SBML project SVN repository on SourceForge.

Status of JSBML support

JSBML implementation status: A prototype or test implementation is available.
Where can you find a distribution?: SourceForge directory

Support for an SBML Level 3 package in JSBML is realized as a dynamically-loadable Java package. This table summarizes the status of the JSBML support for req. Source code for any given JSBML extension (if one has been developed) is available from the extensions portion of the JSBML project SVN repository on SourceForge.

Status of RELAX NG schemas

RELAX NG schema status: A prototype or test schema is available.
Link to schema: req

The RELAX NG (RNG) schemas are basic schemas for validating SBML Level 3 in any RNG schema processor. More information about the use of these RNG schemas for SBML is available in a separate page.

Status of third-party application support

3rd-party software implementation status: Implementations are known to be in development.
This table summarizes, in a general sense, the state of support for the req package in software applications. Implementation of support for a Level 3 package in applications is an important criterion for approving a package specification according to the SBML Development Process.

Package history

Proposal status: Proposal approved.
Proposal document: Proposal version of 8 August 2011

Proposal activity page: Proposal page for req

Proposal voting results: Results page

This table is generated automatically from the data for req in the SBML Level 3 Package Status spreadsheet.

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