[phenixbb] Forcing autobuild wizard to do a complete rebuild
Schubert, Carsten [PRDUS]
CSCHUBER at prdus.jnj.com
Mon Dec 3 10:15:19 PST 2007
Thanks Tom, Peter
As a follow-up question, which may have been addressed in the manual, but I don't recall seeing it: Does the (wizard) command line accept ALL keywords under the autobuild/autosol scope or ONLY the ones listed as "command-line-only"? I assumed (wrongfully?) that the command line only accepts the keywords explicitely listed under "command-line-only", and the rest is reserved for scripts/input files.
I know, I could test this out, but a general clarification by the experts and an addition to the manual, if necessary, would be great.
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> Hi Carsten,
> You can tell the autobuild wizard from the command line:
> You can also set this in the GUI on the 2nd input screen at the top
> of the screen.
> I hope that helps!
> -Tom T
> At 10:17 AM 12/3/2007, you wrote:
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> >I am using the autobuild wizard in the latest phenix release to
> >rebuild a model from a MR solution. Since the MR-template I used
> >has been modified with chainsaw, its sequence identity to the target
> >sequence is fairly high. The autobuild wizard therefore uses the
> >rebuilt-in-place mode to rebuild the model. How can I force the
> >wizard to do a complete rebuild?
> > Carsten
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