[BiO BB] Seqio and fmtseq

Joe Landman landman at scalableinformatics.com
Mon Feb 23 07:00:05 EST 2004

Did you add a 


to the compile line?

[landman at protein.scalableinformatics.com:~/seqio-1.2.2]
120 >./fmtseq
  Input:  *none*     (format: *auto*)
 Output:  *stdout*     (format: *none*)
 Deflts:  -verbose  -gapin=-  -gapout=-  -bigalign
Options:  -all
Warning:  An input file and output format must be specified.
Commands (-option - set option,  -no... - unset option, ? -help - list
          -r -run - execute,  -q -quit - exit program, other - set input

I can package up this directory and build an RPM out of it if there is


On Mon, 2004-02-23 at 04:47, Stefanie Lager wrote:
> Hi,
> I have problems to compile the Seqio library and specifically the fmtseq
> sequence format conversion program, on Linux. It seems as if line 150 in
> seqio.c and line 40 in fmtseq.c (extern char *sys_errlist[]) is in
> conflict with stdio.h (gcc version 3.2.2). I've tried to comment out
> these two lines, and then it compiles, but when I try to run fmtseq it
> crashes with "Segmentation fault". Does anyone know how to modify
> seqio.c and fmtseq.c, so they can be compiled on Linux?
> Stefanie 
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