Chado 1.11 release

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Chado 1.11 release

Scott Cain
Hello,

I am pleased to announce the 1.11 release of Chado, the GMOD schema
and related tools.  The file can be downloaded here:

  https://sourceforge.net/projects/gmod/files/gmod/chado-1.11/chado-1.11.tar.gz/download

In this release, the schema itself has not changed since the 1.1
release in May of this year, but there have been bug fixes (outlined
below; thanks to Naama Menda for those fixes) and one added
functionality to the materialized view tool. This functionality was
required to support full text searching that will be included in the
up coming release of the Chado GBrowse adaptor, Bio::DB::Das::Chado.

Also note that the name of the release has changed: previously,
releases of the Chado schema were called "gmod" (gmod-0.003, gmod-1.0,
and gmod-1.1), but that led to a couple of different kinds of
confusion, so with this release going forward, the releases will be
called "chado-*".

Since the schema didn't change, if you already have a 1.1 schema and
want the bug fixes and added functionality, all you need to do for
installation is to go up to the install step and stop there, ie:

  perl Makefile.PL
  make
  sudo make install

Here is the list of changes in the 1.11 release:

* fixed an issue with accessing the primary_id of
Bio::Annotation::DBLink objects (Naama)
* Fixes issue with dependencies on CXGN-specific code. Now all
db connection parameters for cxgn - contributed scripts should be passed
in a gmod_config file, or in command line options as listed in the POD.
* Made gmod_materialized_view_tool.pl able to accept all configuration
parameters on the command line (this is to make it work with automatic
MV creation for full text searching) (Scott).
* fixed messed up gmod_load_cvterms.pl -p and -u options (Naama)

Happy GMODing and please direct questions about this release to the
schema mailing list,
Scott


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Scott Cain, Ph. D.                                   scott at scottcain dot net
GMOD Coordinator (http://gmod.org/)                     216-392-3087
Ontario Institute for Cancer Research

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