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algorithms for PacBio multiple sequence consensus -- Python 3
ConsensusCore is a library of C++ algorithms for Pacific Biosciences multiple sequence consensus that powers Quiver (Python) and ConsensusTools (.NET). This library primarily exists as the backend for GenomicConsensus, which implements Quiver. . This package is part of the SMRT Analysis suite. It provides the Python3 bindings.
UBSan -- undefined behaviour sanitizer (debug symbols)
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debugging symbols for SLURM slurmdbd runtime library
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File storage backend for Catalyst session data
Catalyst::Plugin::Session::Store::File is an easy to use storage plugin for Catalyst that uses an simple file to act as a shared memory interprocess cache. It is based on Cache::FileCache. . Catalyst is an elegant Model-View-Controller web application framework written in Perl.
casual approach to creating and sending Email:: emails
Email::Stuffer, as its name suggests, is a fairly casual module used to stuff things into an email and send them. It is a high-level module designed for ease of use when doing a very specific common task, but implemented on top of the light and tolerable Email:: modules. . Email::Stuffer is typically used to build emails and send them in a single statement, as seen in the synopsis. And it is certain only for use when creating and sending emails. As such, it contains no email parsing capability, and little to no modification support. . To re-iterate, this is very much a module for those "slap it together and fire it off" situations, but that still has enough grunt behind the scenes to do things properly. . The basics should all work, but this module is still subject to name and/or API changes
process.nextTick but always with args
With node-process-nextick-args you will always be able to pass arguments to process.nextTick, no matter which platform you use. . Node.js is an event-based server-side JavaScript engine.