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scripts
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necessary src files for libsvm and added additional step to README.developer and other small updates
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README edited online with Bitbucket
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necessary src files for libsvm and added additional step to README.developer and other small updates
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temporary ruby script to create bin files
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Fixed documentation regarding BOOST pre-requisite
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Update SeekMiner docs
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Fixed compile issue
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merge
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Configure step: --with-boost=<path> is now recognized
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merge
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cleaned up include, added MacOSX installation notes
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fixed memory leak problem
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[svn r294] changing automake symlinks to copies
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Commit to make the repository internally consistent (automake generated files are excluded as are all Makefile.am files from the tools directory -- cmdline.c and cmdline.h are included).
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Make Data2DB not SMILE dependent
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[svn r295] changing automake symlinks to copies
The latest version of Sleipnir software can be obtained 
by issuing the following Mercurial command: 

hg clone https://bitbucket.org/libsleipnir/sleipnir

The Sleipnir wiki and bug reporting system are also at
http://bitbucket.org/libsleipnir/sleipnir

Documentation about Sleipnir can be obtained from the
Sleipnir web site or built using Doxygen.

For installation instructions, see the file named INSTALL.

The file README.developer has notes for Sleipnir developers.

Sleipnir also includes the code to compile SEEK (the human coexpression search engine). See the link http://seek.princeton.edu/installation.jsp for information on its installation.