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Monday, May 21, 2012


HARMONY 2012 has finally started. And it started big, first I was privy to the SBML Editors meeting, and great stuff is coming there. Stay tuned on updates with respect to that. Here I’d like to share with you the slides from the introduction of libSED-ML from today:

In the morning the hackathon will start for real. Three parallel sessions: SBML, SBGN and SED-ML + semantic + BioPAX. I certainly hope to push the nested proposal for SED-ML. But luck willing we might even get a strategy for including data in SED-ML.

Saturday, May 12, 2012

libSBML 5.5.0 Released

Only one more week to go until HARMONY 2012 and the libSBML Team is proud to announce the immediate availability of libSBML 5.5.0. Primary changes in this release are:

  • a modification in the behavior of handling custom annotations
  • a better handling of MIRIAM annotations, such that RDF not falling into the subset supported by the SBML specification can be round tripped.

Additionally it is now possible to compile libSBML easily with Borland and Intel compilers (when using the CMake build system. Finally all experimental packages have been updated to allow them to be extended by other packages. That means that now it would be easily possible to use the COMP to extend the Layout elements. For more information see the full release announcement.

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