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New Plugin ProBiS H2O is a new plugin for identification of conserved waters in protein structures.
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Pml2py

This script converts a pml script to a python script.

See pymol-users mailing list (Subject: Convert pml script to Pymol Python script, Fri, 8 Apr 2011).

<source lang="python"> import sys from pymol import cmd, parsing

def pml2py(filename, out=sys.stdout):

   

DESCRIPTION

   Convert a pml script to python syntax.

USAGE

   pml2py infile [, outfile]
   
   def quote(args):
       args = iter(args)
       for arg in args:
           if '=' not in arg:
               prefix = 
           else:
               prefix, arg = arg.split('=', 1)
               prefix += '='
               arg = arg.lstrip()
           yield prefix + repr(arg)
   class stackiter:
       def __init__(self, collection):
           self.iterator = iter(collection)
           self.stack = []
       def __iter__(self):
           return self
       def next(self):
           if len(self.stack):
               return self.stack.pop()
           return self.iterator.n ..→
A Random PyMOL-generated Cover. See Covers.