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checkmol 0.5_1 science on this many watch lists=0 search for ports that depend on this port
Analyze molecules for the presence of functional groups

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Port Added: 19 Sep 2009 09:54:11
License: GPLv2


Checkmol is a command-line utility program which reads molecular
structure files in different formats and analyzes the input
molecule for the presence of various functional groups and structural
elements. At present, approx. 200 different functional groups are
recognized. This output can be easily placed into a database table,
permitting the creation of chemical databases with a functional group
search option. Checkmol also outputs a set of statistical values derived
from a given molecule, which can also be used for quick retrieval from a
database. These values include: the number of atoms, bonds, and rings,
the number of differently hybridized carbon, oxgen, and nitrogen atoms,
the number of C=O double bonds, the number of rings of different sizes,
the number of rings containing nitrogen, oxygen, sulfur, the number of
aromatic rings, the number of heterocyclic rings, etc. The combination
of all of these values for a given molecule represents some kind of
"fingerprint" which is useful for rapid pre-selection in a database
structure/substructure search prior to a full atom-by-atom match.

Matchmol complements the capabilities of checkmol. It compares two (or
more) molecular structures and determines whether one of them is a
substructure of the other one. This is done by a full atom-by-atom
comparison of the input structures. Thus, matchmol can be used as a
back-end program for structure/substructure search operations in
chemical databases.

The port installs both checkmol and matchmol.

WWW: http://merian.pch.univie.ac.at/~nhaider/cheminf/cmmm.html
SVNWeb : Main Web Site : Distfiles Availability : PortsMon

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Required To Build:
  1. lang/fpc
There are no ports dependent upon this port

To install the port: cd /usr/ports/science/checkmol/ && make install clean
To add the package: pkg install science/checkmol


Configuration Options
     No options to configure

Master Sites:
  1. http://distcache.FreeBSD.org/ports-distfiles/
  2. http://merian.pch.univie.ac.at/pch/download/chemistry/checkmol/

Number of commits found: 15

Commit History - (may be incomplete: see SVNWeb link above for full details)
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10 Jun 2014 12:52:48
Original commit files touched by this commit  0.5_1
Revision:357307
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Stagify.
26 Mar 2014 04:04:46
Refresh Original commit files touched by this commit
Revision:349223  Sanity Test Failure
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- Bump PORTREVISION. Freepascal compiler was updated to 2.6.4
20 Sep 2013 22:48:31
Original commit files touched by this commit  0.5
Revision:327767
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Add NO_STAGE all over the place in preparation for the staging support (cat:
science)
01 Jun 2013 05:10:39
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Revision:319554
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- worked with upstream to roll versioned source distfile
- no difference in previous distfile (ie. checksum)
- remove unneeded dist_subdir directive
18 May 2013 20:16:55
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Revision:318449
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- update to 0.5

Submitted by:	pointhat (erwin@)
07 Apr 2013 07:11:17
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Revision:315750
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- update to 0.4e
- unbreak as distfile is unversioned
  - future mismatches should be investigated as potential software updates

Approved by:	portmgr (erwin)
30 Mar 2013 13:19:16
Original commit files touched by this commit  0.4d
Revision:315612
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- Mark BROKEN  checksum mismatch

Reported by:	pointyhat
Approved by:	portmgr
02 Mar 2013 06:30:56
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Revision:313208
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- Update to 0.4d

PR:		176547
Submitted by:	ports fury
01 Oct 2012 14:45:17
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Revision:305130
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- Reassign to the heap at maintainer's request
19 Apr 2012 06:51:44
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- Bump PORTREVISION (freepascal ports were updated)
03 Jul 2011 13:22:25
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 - remove MD5
23 Jun 2011 05:39:27
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- Bump PORTREVISION. lang/fpc has been updated to 2.4.4
15 Nov 2010 22:50:44
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- Welcome to fpc 2.4.2
- Bump PORTREVISIOON
16 Aug 2010 18:46:23
Original commit files touched by this commit  0.4a_1
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- Bump PORTREVISION. lang/fpc was updated and now it supports amd64
19 Sep 2009 09:53:55
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Checkmol is a command-line utility program which reads molecular
structure files in different formats and analyzes the input
molecule for the presence of various functional groups and structural
elements. At present, approx. 200 different functional groups are
recognized. This output can be easily placed into a database table,
permitting the creation of chemical databases with a functional group
search option. Checkmol also outputs a set of statistical values derived
from a given molecule, which can also be used for quick retrieval from a
database. These values include: the number of atoms, bonds, and rings,
the number of differently hybridized carbon, oxgen, and nitrogen atoms,
the number of C=O double bonds, the number of rings of different sizes,
the number of rings containing nitrogen, oxygen, sulfur, the number of
aromatic rings, the number of heterocyclic rings, etc. The combination
of all of these values for a given molecule represents some kind of
"fingerprint" which is useful for rapid pre-selection in a database
structure/substructure search prior to a full atom-by-atom match.

WWW: http://merian.pch.univie.ac.at/~nhaider/cheminf/cmmm.html

PR:             ports/138670
Feature safe:yes
Submitted by:   Fernan Aguero <fernan at iib.unsam.edu.ar>

Number of commits found: 15

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