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[modeller_usage] Modeller 9v7 release

The new version of Modeller, 9v7, is now available for download! Please
see the download page at http://salilab.org/modeller/ for more information.

If you have a license key for Modeller 8 or 9, there is no need to
reregister for Modeller 9v7 - the same license key will work. (It won't
do any harm to reregister if you want to, though!)

9v7 is primarily a bugfix release relative to the last public release
(9v6). Major user-visible changes include:

# A new method alignment.get_suboptimals() allows the suboptimal
  alignment file generated by alignment.salign() to be easily parsed.

# A new method iterative_structural_align() provides a straightforward
  way to obtain the best SALIGN structure-structure alignment.

# alignment.append() and alignment.read_one() now take a new argument,
  allow_alternates, which allow for alternate matches of one-letter
  codes when reading PIR sequence ranges from PDB files (B to N,
  Z to Q).

# Parallel jobs have a new method, job.yield_tasks_unordered(), which is
  like job.run_all_tasks() but which returns results as they are
  generated rather than when all the tasks have finished.

# Parallel jobs now default to trying to duplicate the current Python
  environment (using modslave.py and modpy.sh if necessary) when setting
  modeller_path, rather than running the mod9v7 script, since the latter
  may conflict with the Python version of the master.

See the Modeller manual for a full change log:

If you encounter bugs in Modeller 9v7, please see
http://salilab.org/modeller/9v7/manual/node10.html for information on
how to report them.

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