A swing based java application for building web applications from analized microarray data
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PubArray is an open sourced A swing based java application for building web
applications from analized microarray data.


The Jackson Laboratory makes no representation about the suitability or accuracy
of this software for any purpose, and makes no warranties, either express or
implied, including merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose or that
the use of this software will not infringe any third party patents, copyrights,
trademarks, or other rights. The software are provided "as is".

This software is provided to enhance knowledge and encourage progress in the
scientific community. This is free software: you can redistribute it and/or
modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the
Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option)
any later version."

In order successfully complete these build instructions you must have:
* git
* ant >= 1.7.1
* java development kit (JDK) >= 1.5

To obtain and build the source code enter the following commands:
    git clone git://github.com/keithshep/pub-array.git
    cd pub-array
    git submodule init
    git submodule update

After the build completes you will have a full JNLP distribution built under:

Assuming you have a bash shell you should also be able to run from the
command-line (without bothering with a JNLP install) by doing:
    cd modules/pub-array-builder

The drawback to using the ./run-builder.bash script is that help screens
will not be available to you since they depend on JNLP APIs to work.

PubArray is open sourced and we welcome contributions. It is probably a good
idea to get in contact with us if you intend to make a contribution so that we
can coordinate and advise you on whether or not we think we will be able to
accept the proposed changes.