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Manual Reference Pages  -  BIO::GFF3::TRANSFORM::SYNCDIRECTIVES (3)

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NAME

Bio::GFF3::Transform::SyncDirectives - insert sync (###) directives into an existing GFF3 file. WARNING: this module does not really work in the general case, read the DESCRIPTION section below.

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS



    use Bio::GFF3::Transform::SyncDirectives gff3_add_sync_directives;

    my @input_files = ( input1.gff3, input2.gff3 );
    open my $output_fh, >, myoutputfile.gff3;
    gff3_add_sync_directives( $output_fh, @input_files );



DESCRIPTIONS

This module, and its gff3_insert_sync_directives script, have some important caveats: they do not support Derives_from, they will not work if any child features come in the file <B>beforeB> their parent (which in practice is unusual), and they do not work when more than one feature line has the same ID. Perhaps in the future I may get around to writing a more capable version of this.

FUNCTIONS

All functions below are EXPORT_OK.

gff3_add_sync_directives( CW$out_filehandle, CW@files )

Read GFF3 from the given files, add as many sync directives (###) as possible, and print the resulting GFF3 to the given output filehandle. Existing sync directives will not be preserved.

AUTHOR

Robert Buels <rmb32@cornell.edu>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2012 by Robert Buels.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

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