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                                    SeqAn
                      The Library for Sequence Analysis
                              http://www.seqan.de


Table Of Contents

  1. What is SeqAn?
  2. License
  3. Supported Platforms
  4. Prerequisites
  5. For The Impatient
  6. Documentation Resources
  7. Contact

===========================================================================
 1. What Is SeqAn?
===========================================================================

SeqAn is an open source C++ library of efficient algorithms and data
structures for the analysis of sequences with the focus on biological data.
Our library applies a unique generic design that guarantees high performance,
generality, extensibility, and integration with other libraries. SeqAn is
easy to use and simplifies the development of new software tools with a
minimal loss of performance.

===========================================================================
 2. License
===========================================================================

The SeqAn library itself, the tests and demos are licensed under the very
permissing 3-clause BSD License. The licenses for the applications themselves
can be found in the LICENSE files.

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 3. Supported Platforms
===========================================================================

  Visual C++ 8, 9, 10, 11
  MinGW
  LLVM >= 3.0
  GCC >= 4.1

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 4. Prerequisites
===========================================================================

  Supported C++ compiler
  CMake (http://cmake.org/)

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 5. For the Impatient
===========================================================================

Assuming that you have checked out the repository already, all
prerequisites are installed and you are on Linux or Mac Os X:

  $ mkdir build/Debug
  $ cd build/Debug
  $ cmake ../.. -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Debug
  $ make test_basic
  $ ./core/tests/basic/test_basic
  ... the tests for module basic will run ...

===========================================================================
 6. Documentation Resources
===========================================================================

  Getting Started
    https://trac.seqan.de/wiki/Tutorial/GettingStarted
  Tutorial
    http://trac.seqan.de/wiki/Tutorial
  How Tos
    http://trac.seqan.de/wiki/HowTo
  Stable Documentation
    http://docs.seqan.de/seqan/1.4/
  Nightly Documentation (updated, more recent!)
    http://docs.seqan.de/seqan/dev/
  Changelog
    http://trac.seqan.de/wiki/ChangeLog
  Known Issues
    http://trac.seqan.de/wiki/KnownIssues

===========================================================================
 7. Contact
===========================================================================

  Mailing List
    https://lists.fu-berlin.de/listinfo/seqan-dev#subscribe
  Bug Tracker, Wiki
    http://trac.seqan.de