Cheminformatics toolkit built with TypeScript & jQuery. Can be used to carry out some fairly sophisticated cheminformatics tasks on a contemporary web browser, such as rendering molecules for display, format conversions, calculations, interactive sketching, among other things.
Copyright © 2010-2016 Molecular Materials Informatics, Inc.
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General availability: The WebMolKit library may be used by anyone under the terms set by the general Gnu Public License (v3.0). The synopsis of this license is that if you use any part of the source code in your own project, you are contractually bound to make the entire project available under a similar license whenever you distribute it, i.e. it's the viral version of the GPL. Not to be confused with the lesser version (LGPL). Also, if you are considering asserting software patents, you'd best read the GPL v3.0 terms very carefully.
Special exception 1: An exception to the default licensing is made for Collaborative Drug Discovery, Inc (CDD). CDD is permitted to use this toolkit under the terms of the Apache License 2.0, which is a non-viral license. This exception applies to any version of the toolkit in which this notice appears, i.e. if this exception is ever removed, then CDD may continue to use the version immediately prior to its removal, and is permitted to fork the code under the terms of the Apache License.
Special exception 2: An exception to the default licensing is made for Collaborations Pharmaceuticals, Inc (CP). CP is permitted to use this toolkit under the terms of the Apache License 2.0, which is a non-viral license. This exception applies to any version of the toolkit in which this notice appears, i.e. if this exception is ever removed, then CP may continue to use the version immediately prior to its removal, and is permitted to fork the code under the terms of the Apache License.
If the copyright owner adds additional exceptions in later releases, they will take effect as of that version.
Owner availability: The copyright owner, Molecular Materials Informatics, Inc., can and will exercise the liberty of using this toolkit in proprietary and/or open source software.
Written in TypeScript. Requires the TypeScript compiler (
As of November 2016, the toolkit is openly available on GitHub. Check the
VERSION file: until such time as the number reaches 1.0.0, you must consider this project to be a work in progress, i.e. if you wish to use it, you need to keep the source files uptodate in order to collect features are they are completed and bugfixes as they are rolled out, but you also need to watch for API changes that can happen suddenly and without warning.
For documentation purposes, the best place to look is in the
val/html folder. The
Note that trying out the page by opening the file with a browser probably won't work because of security issues accessing a file from a parallel directory hierarchy, so you will need to fire up a trivial HTTP server (see the
run_server file) to test it. If you cut & paste the necessary files into a current web server, and make sure the references are pointing to the correct URLs, then it should work.
The source files are moderately well commented, but proper documentation is a to-do item that will happen when it happens.
src/rpc source files, which you can safely ignore).
If you have any questions, comments or inquiries, feel free to write to email@example.com. Serious people welcome; trolls, spammers and haters not so much.