|Arne Mueller||RasMol 2.6x1 May 1998||© Arne Mueller 1998|
|Gary Grossman and|
|RasMol 2.5-ucb November 1995|
RasMol 2.6-ucb November 1996
|© UC Regents/ModularCHEM|
Consortium 1995, 1996
|Philippe Valadon||RasTop 1.3 August 2000||© Philippe Valadon 2000|
|Herbert J. Bernstein||RasMol 2.7.0 March 1999|
RasMol 2.7.1 June 1999
RasMol 18.104.22.168 January 2001
RasMol 2.7.2 August 2000
RasMol 22.214.171.124 April 2001
RasMol 126.96.36.199.1 January 2004
RasMol 2.7.3 February 2005
RasMol 188.8.131.52 Apr 06
RasMol 2.7.4 Nov 07
RasMol 184.108.40.206 Jan 08
RasMol 220.127.116.11 Mar 08
|© Herbert J. Bernstein 1998-2008|
RasMol 2.7.3 incorporates changes by Clarice Chigbo, Ricky Chachra, and Mamoru Yamanishi. Work on RasMol 2.7.3 supported in part by grants DBI-0203064, DBI-0315281 and EF-0312612 from the U.S. National Science Foundation and grant DE-FG02-03ER63601 from the U.S. Department of Energy. RasMol 2.7.4 incorporates changes by G. Todorov, Nan Jia, N. Darakev, P. Kamburov, G. McQuillan, J. Jemilawon. Work on RasMol 2.7.4 supported in part by grant 1R15GM078077-01 from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS). The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the funding organizations.
|Isabel Serván Martínez,|
José Miguel Fernández Fernández
|José Miguel Fernández Fernández||2.7.1 Manual||Spanish|
|Fernando Gabriel Ranea||2.7.1 menus and messages||Spanish|
|Jean-Pierre Demailly||2.7.1 menus and messages||French|
|Giuseppe Martini, Giovanni Paolella,|
A. Davassi, M. Masullo, C. Liotto
|2.7.1 menus and messages|
2.7.1 help file
|G. Pozhvanov||2.7.3 menus and messages||Russian|
|G. Todorov||2.7.3 menus and messages||Bulgarian|
|Nan Jia, G. Todorov||2.7.3 menus and messages||Chinese|
|Mamoru Yamanishi, Katajima Hajime||2.7.3 menus and messages||Japanese|
The original RasMol manual was created by Roger Sayle. In July 1996, Dr. Margaret Wong of the Chemistry Department, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia, made extensive revisions to the RasMol 2.5 manual to accurately reflect the operation of RasMol 2.6. Eric Martz of the University of Massachusetts made further revisions. In May 1997, William McClure of Carnegie Mellon University reorganized the HTML version of the manual into multiple sections which could be downloaded quickly and added use of frames. Portions of the 2.7.1 version of the RasMol manual were derived with permission from William McClure's version using Roger Sayle's rasmol.doc for version 2.6.4 as the primary source. Changes were made in August 2000 for RasMol version 2.7.2, January 2001 for RasMol version 18.104.22.168 and April 2001 for RasMol version 22.214.171.124 and February 2005 for RasMol version 2.7.3.
Thanks to the efforts of José Miguel Fernández Fernández (Departamento de Bioquímica y Biología Molecular. Universidad de Granada. España (email@example.com)) a translation of the Manual for Rasmol version 2.7.1 into Spanish is now available. La traducción española del manual de la versión de la Dra. Wong revisada por Eric Martz fue realizada por Isabel Serván Martínez y José Miguel Fernández Fernández. La actual traducción del Manual de RasMol 2.7.1 ha sido realizada usando como base la anterior de RasMol 2.6 por José Miguel Fernández Fernández.
Thanks to translations by Fernando Gabriel Ranea
This version is based directly on RasMol version 2.7.4, on RasMol version 126.96.36.199, on RasMol vesion 2.7.3, on RasMol version 188.8.131.52.1, on RasMol version 2.7.2, on RasMol version 2.7.1, on RasMol version 2.6_CIF.2, on RasMol version 2.6x1, on RasMol version 2.6.4, and RasMol 2.5-ucb and 2.6-ucb.
Please read the file NOTICE for important notices which apply to this package and for license terms (GPL or RASLIC).
This posting is made to announce the releases of RasMol version 184.108.40.206. This release is based on RasMol 2.7.4 and RasMol 220.127.116.11 and RasMol 18.104.22.168, the final reference release for the 2.7.3 series. The changes from the 22.214.171.124 release to the 126.96.36.199 release include:
This version is available for MS Windows and various unix-systems. As binaries become available, they will be released on http://blondie.dowling.edu/projects/rasmol and http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/openrasmol.
For installation instructions see "INSTALL".
For a list of open issues in this version, see "TODO".
RasMol is a molecular graphics program intended for the visualisation of proteins, nucleic acids and small molecules. The program is aimed at display, teaching and generation of publication quality images. The original program was been developed at the University of Edinburgh's Biocomputing Research Unit and the Biomolecular Structures Group at Glaxo Research and Development, Greenford, UK.
RasMol reads in molecular co-ordinate files in a number of formats and interactively displays the molecule on the screen in a variety of colour schemes and representations. Currently supported input file formats include Brookhaven Protein Databank (PDB), Tripos' Alchemy and Sybyl Mol2 formats, Molecular Design Limited's (MDL) Mol file format, Minnesota Supercomputer Center's (MSC) XMol XYZ format, CHARMm format, MOPAC format, CIF format and mmCIF format files. If connectivity information and/or secondary structure information is not contained in the file this is calculated automatically. The loaded molecule may be shown as wireframe, cylinder (drieding) stick bonds, alpha-carbon trace, spacefilling (CPK) spheres, macromolecular ribbons (either smooth shaded solid ribbons or parallel strands), hydrogen bonding and dot surface. Atoms may also be labelled with arbitrary text strings. Alternate conformers and multiple NMR models may be specially coloured and identified in atom labels. Different parts of the molecule may be displayed and coloured independently of the rest of the molecule or shown in different representations simultaneously. The space filling spheres can even be shadowed. The displayed molecule may be rotated, translated, zoomed, z-clipped (slabbed) interactively using either the mouse, the scroll bars, the command line or an attached dials box. RasMol can read a prepared list of commands from a `script' file (or via interprocess communication) to allow a given image or viewpoint to be restored quickly. RasMol can also create a script file containing the commands required to regenerate the current image. Finally the rendered image may be written out in a variety of formats including both raster and vector PostScript, GIF, PPM, BMP, PICT, Sun rasterfile or as a MolScript input script or Kinemage.
Versions of RasMol have run on a wide range of architectures and systems including SGI, sun4, sun3, sun386i, SGI, DEC, HP and E&S workstations, IBM RS/6000, Cray, Sequent, DEC Alpha (OSF/1, OpenVMS and Windows NT), IBM PC (under Microsoft Windows, Windows NT, OS/2, Linux, BSD386 and *BSD), Apple Macintosh (System 7.0 or later), PowerMac and VAX VMS (under DEC Windows). UNIX and VMS versions require an 8bit, 24bit or 32bit X Windows frame buffer (X11R4 or later). The X Windows version of RasMol provides optional support for a hardware dials box and accelerated shared memory rendering (via the XInput and MIT-SHM extensions) if available.
Reports of builds and/or problems on various platforms appreciated.
The complete source code and user documentation of RasMol 2.7.4 may be obtained from http://blondie.dowling.edu/projects/rasmol and http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/openrasmol. and by anonymous FTP at:
or on the web at:
As compiled version become available, they will be posted at http://blondie.dowling.edu/projects/rasmol and http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/openrasmol.
Any comments, suggestions or questions about this modified version of RasMol should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.