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parsers: blast #16

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wilzbach commented Nov 1, 2014

Hi,

I hacked a BLAST parser together.

It currently reads the whole BLAST file into memory (shouldn't be a problem as they are generally < 1MB).
I would be happy to improve this parser if needed for a better connectivity with other modules :)

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Hi,

I hacked a BLAST parser together.

It currently reads the whole BLAST file into memory (shouldn't be a problem as they are generally < 1MB).
I would be happy to improve this parser if needed for a better connectivity with other modules :)

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wookoouk commented on 684b4f2 Jan 16, 2015

I am in the middle of writing a blast wrapper (and a few other bio libs) if its of use. https://github.com/wookoouk/GeeFuTu/tree/master/lib

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bmpvieira replied Jan 19, 2015

@wookoouk that's great! Would you like to make them streamable/functional and add to bionode? BTW, there's a server/client side streamable FASTA parser with tests at bionode-fasta (I noticed you also started a fasta parser).

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bmpvieira replied Jan 19, 2015

Something like this?

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bmpvieira replied Jan 20, 2015

Awesome :-D

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