HMMER 3.2.1 is now available, fixing some small issues, mostly portability issues having to do with compilation on PowerPC machines and ancient x86 machines.
Thanks to the GCC Compile Farm folks for access to ppc64be and i686 machines that I’m using for testing now!
The glorious master plan was to finish HMMER4 while hoping that HMMER3 stayed stable. Alas, HMMER4 development has been even slower than expected, and bugs and bitrot have accumulated on HMMER3. Here’s a new HMMER 3.2 release to tide us all over. I’m managing HMMER releases again, with Travis Wheeler having moved a while ago to a faculty position at U. Montana.
You can get the HMMER3.2.1 source tarball from here.
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