Public domain toolkit source code for use with Daylight.
Contrib is the toolbox the toolkit comes in.
Starting point for application development.
Contrib code is !! (Well, kind of.)
Demo applications with useful or illustrative code fragments.
Useful applications which might have been supported applications.
Why should I look in Contrib?
If you are writing a toolkit program and want to see
If you have a chemical informatics problem not solved
by Daylight's supported applications (and you are willing to
If you're curious about answers to questions you didn't
know you wanted to ask. (E.g., "What is the distribution of
rotatable-bond count for our corporate database?")
Summary of Contents
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org - for "bits and pieces lying around"
Some random examples:
Recognizes rings and ring-systems.
Generate stereoisomers of molecules.
Program for chiral fingerprinting experiments
Convert MDL RD-file to TDT file.
$DY_ROOT/contrib/src/admin/START_DCIS_SERVERS and KILL_DCIS_SERVERS
Start and stop servers automatically.
find minimum path between two atoms
Simple Thor/Merlin CGI
PyDaylight 0.6 update (Andrew Dalke)
Python toolkit wrapper w/ object classes, now including Thor/Merlin.
See the MUG'00 presentation
make_parents/reroot (John Bradshaw)
Basis for VCS project (Virtual Chemical Stores).
(See MUG'00 presentation.)
tdtinfo (Roger Sayle)
Analyze a TDT and specify datatypes automatically.
GoForth (Jeremy Yang)
Evolve virtual libraries with reaction transforms.
catserv (Geoff Dreyer)
TDT-client/server system in perl w/ BerkeleyDB.
updates/improvements to many programs