- A new IMP::pmi module was added, containing high-level Python classes to
simplify the representation, scoring, sampling and analyzing of models
in IMP. This module is still under heavy development, and should be
- Binary installers for 64-bit Windows are now available.
- The `.py` extension has been removed from all Python applications, so that
they are consistent with the C++ extensions.
- IMP::atom::Selection objects can now be combined using basic set operations
(union, intersection, difference, symmetric difference). In Python the
equivalent operators (|, &, -, ^ respectively) can be used.
- The integrative docking (idock) application now employs SOAP to improve
- IMP::atom::CHARMMParameters::create_topology() now works with a wider range
of hierarchies (previously it would only accept Residues that were direct
children of Chains). For example, it should do the right thing when given
a Hierarchy that contains no Chain particles, or one where Residues are
grouped under Fragments.
- Only Python 2.6 or later is now supported. We still provide IMP for
RedHat Enterprise 5 (which ships with Python 2.4) but you will need to use
the `python26` binary (part of EPEL) rather than the system default Python.