[phenixbb] labelit compatibility with mosflm

Nicholas Sauter nksauter at lbl.gov
Wed Mar 18 14:54:48 PDT 2015

I'm breaking reply into two segments due to a 40 KB limit on the phenixBB.

1 of 2) I've now changed the file labelit/interface.py so it no longer
checks mosflm versions higher than 7.1.0, rather it just assumes everything
will work.  You were probably using ipmosflm 7.1.3 so that's OK.

This change will go into the next nightly build of PHENIX.  I do not know
when SBGRID will roll out the latest bleeding edge, so if you or the sysadm
would like like to patch the old code I'm attaching the needed file here.

On Wed, Mar 18, 2015 at 10:26 AM, Ursula Schulze-Gahmen <
uschulze-gahmen at lbl.gov> wrote:

> I tried to use LABELIT for the first time. I am using the version that
> comes with Phenix-dev-1951 (automatically installed through sbgrid). The
> program found some promissing solutions, but ends with the error:
> mosflm versions after 7.1.0 not supported
> It also doesn't seem to know ALS beamline 8.3.1
> Any suggestions how to deal with this?
> Thanks
> Ursula
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Nicholas K. Sauter, Ph. D.
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Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
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