Noel, you got the date wrong for CDK 0.99.1...http://xkcd.com/1179/:)
Oh, and I would certainly add this classic:http://www.citeulike.org/user/egonw/article/7952084
Oh, and also mention the release with the license change?
Doh - "updated" the date. I understood it correctly, but got confused with Google spreadsheet's date format.I can't see the content of that talk anywhere on the web. Steve's page has a version using frames, but it doesn't seem to work (no slide content shown for me).I didn't think the license change significant, since nothing has come of it. But I'll add it in as you suggest.
The Cactvs toolkit (and PubChem, since it uses Cactvs for this purpose) have jhad InChI support since before the first public release, since we were beta testers. All InChI releases were and are tracked by Cactvs with no more than 2 weeks delay. Additionally, there is legacy support for all older InChI versions of which we know that they are still present in Internet databases.
If you can give me a date for the first public release of Cactvs with InChI support, I'll update the timeline.
Post a Comment