New release 1.7.1

published March 2, 2018, 10:42 a.m.

OST 1.7.1 released

Today we announce a bugfix release of OST - version 1.7.1. This comes with slight improvements in the documentation plus a couple of bug fixes.

New release 1.7

published Dec. 6, 2017, 12:07 p.m.

OST 1.7 released

Today we announce a new major release of OST - version 1.7. This comes with a new Quaternary Structure (QS) scoring module, an updated mmCIF parser to mmCIF dictionary version 5, our own implementation of naccess & dssp and the usual bug fixes and minor improvements.

New release 1.6

published Nov. 10, 2016, 2:57 p.m.

OST 1.6 released

Today we announce a new major release of OST - version 1.6. This enables comparing structures which belong to a multiple sequence alignment. The mm module now supports Antechamber based force-fields.

New release 1.5

published June 20, 2016, 3:04 p.m.

OST 1.5 released

Today we announce a new major release of OST - version 1.5. Beside upgrading dependencies, we now support OpenMM directly from within OST. Another new wrapper is for HHblits. The compounds library now features InChI codes and Key. Beside this, there are a few minor improvements and bug fixes.

New Release 1.4

published March 5, 2015, 3:36 p.m.

OST 1.4 released

Today we announce a new major release of OST - version 1.4. We now support the mmCIF ( format as input (link to page how to load mmCIF), including a large portion of the additional information (link to mmcifinfo docu). This enables you to create a complete biological unit of a PDB structure by looking at just a single file. What is missing with this release, are binary bundles of OST. Well, not all of them, we still keep the OSX binaries, but bundles for various Linux distributions are discontinued. Other changes may be seen in the conop module (link to docu), there have been quite some speed ups and of course, bug fixes.

New Homepage

published June 9, 2010, 3:09 a.m.

OpenStructure has a new website with a completely new design, updated documentation and other goodies.

During the past two weeks we have been working to update the OpenStructure website. The site comes in a shiny new dress and is less scary than the previous version.

The website also includes new documentation written with the sphinx documentation generator. Rather than documenting functions at the C++ level, we focus our attention to Python, trying to make it easier for people with little or no knowledge of C++ to understand the OpenStructure framework. Please be aware that this is work in progress and far from complete. So if you would like to have some functionality documented, just drop us a note.

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