I think there have been a few edge case fixes for kmer_hash, namely
size()member function if the underlying range is sized
Also note that the kmer_hash may have returned wrong values due to precision errors of
std::pow casting its value to double. We fixed that with our own implementation of
pow for integrals.
Minimizers were just recently added so this a a new feature all together. We provide two views:
:tada: SeqAn 3.0.2 is released :tada:
We are happy and proud to announce the new release of our modern c++ library for sequence analysis. Find out more about it https://seqan.de/seqan-3-0-2-release/ or check it out right away https://github.com/seqan/seqan3/releases/tag/3.0.2. Many thanks to all contributors and supporters.
In the Wiki there a schedule: https://github.com/seqan/seqan3/wiki/Group-Organization
It says that there are three meetings:
I guess these dates are outdated and the new dates are:
I know that Seqan 1.x is basically unmaintained, but we did get a significant looking set of test failures with gcc 10: https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=980685 We only have one application in Debian that uses Seqan 1.x (dindel) and it is dead/archived by its authors.
The likely outcome is that both dindel and seqan 1.4.x will not be in the next release of Debian unless someone wants to fix the test failures.