OpenEye is pleased to announce the release of ROCS v3.2.2. This upgrade fixes several bugs and adds numerous internal improvements.HIGHLIGHTS
- ROCS is built on top of the OpenEye Toolkits v2017.Feb libraries to ensure that ROCS and the ancillary programs are taking advantage of state-of-the-art improvements in the underlying programming libraries.
- This version of ROCS fixes a bug that prevented molecule streaming using pipes and named pipes on Linux and OS X systems. ROCS now accepts molecule streams or named pipes as database files.
- ROCS will no longer crash if a query contains only hydrogens or dummy atoms. If the query file contains multiple queries, ROCS will skip the bad structure and continue the search; if the query file contains only a bad structure, ROCS will halt the search.
- Only the 64-bit version of ROCS for Windows is being released because vROCS is no longer supported for 32-bit machines.
- Please note that this is the last release to support RHEL5. As of March 31, 2017, RHEL5 has reached end-of-production support.
- Support for Ubuntu 16 has been added.
- Support for Mac OS X 10.10, 10.11, and macOS Sierra 10.12 has been added.
- Mac OS X 10.8 and 10.9 are no longer supported.
- SUSE Linux is no longer supported.
ROCS is now available for download. Existing licenses will continue to work, but if a new license is required, contact your account manager or email email@example.com.
See the release notes for full and specific details on improvements and fixes.
About OpenEye Scientific
OpenEye Scientific is a privately held company headquartered in Santa Fe, New Mexico, with offices in Boston, Cologne, and Tokyo. It was founded in 1997 to develop large-scale molecular modeling applications and toolkits. Primarily aimed towards drug discovery and design, areas of application include:
- Structure Generation
- Shape Comparison
- Fragment Replacement
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