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 We provide a [Documentation](Documentation), a [Tutorial](Tutorial) for a particular bioinformatics application a [FAQ](FAQ) and further [Examples](Examples). 
 
 # Latest News #
-* **18 Feb 2013:** Release 2.2.1 of Snakemake. A persistence framework has been implemented. This for now supports three new features: it tracks incompletely written files (e.g. due to power loss), sourcecode changes, and version changes of used tools. These features are exposed by new command line options, e.g. `--summary`, `--list-version-changes` and `--list-code-changes`. Further, the `--cluster` option has been extended to allow additional parameters to be passed to your favorite qsub command, e.g. `snakemake --cluster "qsub -pe threaded {threads}"`. The check for missing output files after a job has been completed now waits  a configurable time in case of failure, in order to deal with filesystem latency. Finally it is now allowed to use multiple wildcards of the same name in output files.
+* **18 Feb 2013:** Release 2.2.2 of Snakemake. A persistence framework has been implemented. This for now supports three new features: it tracks incompletely written files (e.g. due to power loss), sourcecode changes, and version changes of used tools. These features are exposed by new command line options, e.g. `--summary`, `--list-version-changes` and `--list-code-changes`. Further, the `--cluster` option has been extended to allow additional parameters to be passed to your favorite qsub command, e.g. `snakemake --cluster "qsub -pe threaded {threads}"`. The check for missing output files after a job has been completed now waits  a configurable time in case of failure, in order to deal with filesystem latency. Finally it is now allowed to use multiple wildcards of the same name in output files. Note that yesterdays release 2.2 contained two small bugs that I have fixed in this updated release 2.2.2.
 
 # Installation #
 * On Ubuntu 12.04, you can install the Debian package python3-snakemake available in our [launchpad repository](https://launchpad.net/~genomeinformatics/+archive/bioinformatics-software).