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The GenomeTools genome analysis system is a free collection of bioinformatics tools (in the realm of genome informatics) combined into a single binary named gt. It is based on a C library named libgenometools which contains a wide variety of classes for efficient and convenient implementation of sequence and annotation processing software.

Overview

If you are interested in gene prediction, have a look at GenomeThreader.

Platforms

GenomeTools has been designed to run on every POSIX compliant UNIX system, for example, Linux, Mac OS X, and OpenBSD.

Building and Installation

Debian (testing) and Ubuntu (raring and later) users can install the most recent stable version simply using apt, e.g.

% apt-get install genometools

to install the gt executable. To install the library and development headers, use

% apt-get install libgenometools0 libgenometools0-dev

instead.

Source tarballs are available from GitHub. For instructions on how to build the source by yourself, have a look at the INSTALL file. In most cases (e.g. on a 64-bit Linux system) something like

$ make -j4

should suffice. On 32-bit systems, add the 32bit=yes option. Add cairo=no if you do not have the Cairo libraries and their development headers installed. This will, however, remove AnnotationSketch support from the resulting binary. When your binary has been built, use the install target and prefix option to install the compiled binary on your system. Make sure you repeat all the options from the original make run. So

$ make -j4 install prefix=~/gt

would install the software in the gt subdirectory in the current user's home directory. If no prefix option is given, the software will be installed system-wide (requires root access).

Contributing

GenomeTools uses a collective code construction contract for contributions (and the process explains how to submit a patch). Basically, just fork this repository on GitHub, start hacking on your own feature branch and submit a pull request when you are ready. Our recommended coding style is explained in the developer's guide (among other technical guidelines).

To report a bug, ask a question, or suggest new features, use the GenomeTools issue tracker.

If you only have a small question and a gitter.im account, you can check [Gitter chat] (https://gitter.im/genometools/genometools) if one of the developers is online.