OpenEye is pleased to announce the release of OMEGA v3.0.1. This upgrade fixes several bugs and adds a number of internal improvements.
- This version of OMEGA fixes an issue that caused a memory leak in the following OMEGA modes:
OMEGA classic now includes conformer titles when using -includeInput.
OMEGA macrocycle memory management has been improved for molecules requiring significant deduplication of automorphs.
See the release notes for full and specific details on improvements and fixes.
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