Bio++ is a set of C++ libraries for Bioinformatics, including sequence analysis, phylogenetics, molecular evolution and population genetics. Bio++ is fully Object Oriented and is designed to be both easy to use and computer efficient.

Friday March 15 2013 [10:53]

New version 2.1.0 is out!

We are happy to announce the release of the newest version of the Bio++ libraries, featuring a lot of fixes and improvements, as well as two new libraries dedicated to genomics. Source code and packages are available for download. Check it out, and/or browse the code via the online documentation!

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Thursday December 13 2012 [09:46]

Bio++ Pre-2.1.0 available for testing!

The next release of Bio++ (version 2.1.0) is planned for January 2013. The new release has great new features and two new libraries (bpp-seq-omics and bpp-phyl-omics). The libraries are available on the git repository and are ready to compile! The Bio++ wiki explains how to compile from git http://biopp.univ-montp2.fr/wiki/index.php/Installation. The documentation is also browsable at http://biopp.univ-montp2.fr/apidoc. Packages will be generated at the time of the official release.

Posted by Julien Dutheil

Wednesday March 21 2012 [14:39]

New RPM repository

RPM packages are now available for a variety of distributions (Fedora, CentOS, RedHat, Mandriva, Suse) through the openSUSE build service at http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/jdutheil:/Bio++/.

Posted by Julien Dutheil

Monday March 05 2012 [16:07]

Bio++ 2.0.3 is out!

This new version includes multiple bugis fixed and feature improvements. New packages have been made, notably for the debian and ubuntu linux distributions. In addition, our local repository has been refactored in order to include programs from the Bio++ forge (for instance 'bppsuite', 'comap', or the new 'testnh'). Check the installation page on the wiki for more details!

In addition, some new example files are available for the Bio++ workshop in Bern.


Posted by Julien Dutheil

Monday June 20 2011 [16:09]

The version which was not one

A new version of Bio++ (2.0.2) has been released. It is however only distributed as debian packages, as it was created mostly for the purpose of testing the integration to debian (see the wiki for more details and http://packages.debian.org/sid/bppsuite for example). A full release (2.0.3), including additional bug fixes will be generated soon.

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Tuesday March 15 2011 [14:54]

First patch for version 2.0, new library and more!

We are glad to announce the first patch of the 2.0.0 libraries, including a few bug fixes, but also better packages which should works with all major linux distributions (deb-based and rpm-based). The Bio++ Program Suite packages are now also available on this repository. We also propose a first release of the bpp-qt library, featuring graphical classes. As its names indicates, it links against qt (4). To get a hint on what bpp-qt can do, you can try the Bio++ Phylogenetic Viewer, also proposed for download in its version 0.1.0 (see the Project section for some screenshots). All the libs and programs can also be installed using the bpp-setup.sh script.

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