Re: new version of thew sbml render specification (and more)
29 Oct '09 10:12
Ralph, I just tried your new render but found that it doesn't render
SBML files that are Level = "2" version = "1". Is this correct?
What is the minimal version that your render will support?
Ralph Gauges wrote:
> I have just uploaded a bunch of documentation and code for the SBML
> render extension to our webserver:
> The files I put there include:
> - a new version of the render extension specification with many updates
> and some slight changes
> - a new version of the XSLT stylesheet that generates SVG drawings from
> SBML files with layout (and render) information
> The new stylesheet has been cleaned up and documented, some bugs have
> been fixed and the SVGs that are generated should work
> better with most SVG implementations
> - a patch against libsbml 3.4.1 that adds the data structures to deal
> with the sbml render extension.
> - a library that uses the patches libsbml and OpenGL to draw SBML
> layouts with and without render information
> - a small application that uses the render library to display SBML files
> with layout and render information
> I have written this to test the library, but maybe some of you find it
> useful as well.
> The application is available as source code or as binaries for
> Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
> (Since I have only limited hardware choices for testing the binaries,
> I would be interested in hearing of systems where they actually don't run.)
> The functionality is limited, but you can read, modify and save SBML
> files with layout information as well as create bitmaps from the
> displayed layouts.
> Creating new layouts is currently not supported.
> - a small set (about 70) of simple systematic test cases to test
> implementations of the render extension
> The C++ implementations are not finished yet and they need at least some
> cleanup and more documentation and I haven't even started to do the
> language bindings.
> Another thing that is currently missing is an updated XML schema for the
> new specification.
> Nevertheless, I hope that some of you might find those packages useful.
> As always, I would like to encourage you to provide feedback so that we
> can improve the documentation as well as the implementations.
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