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For this simple guide we will use the samples that come with GTest TAP Listener. You can get the code from GitHub with
git clone git://github.com/kinow/gtest-tap-listener.git. Take a look at
gtest-tap-listener/samples/src/, there you will find two C++ files:
gtest_main.cc has the main function, and executes the test suite. And
gtest_testHelloWorld.cc has the test cases and tests. Take note of the test case and tests names.
It is a conference on pattern languages of programming. About six months ago I saw a tweet by Eduardo Guerra asking if anyone had some cases where certain patterns were applied. It was a big coincidence, since I was working on Apache Commons Functor and some Jenkins plugins, both projects with cases that could be used in his paper.
So I joined Guerra and gave my small contribution to the paper that has been accepted for this edition of SugarLoafPlop. Guerra also went there to give a talk and participate in an open discussion about several papers, including ours.
I simply love when these things happen, it was great work with Guerra, and even better for being able to use Open Source examples in our paper.
It is the first post about bioinformatics tools, but I will try to post more about other tools such as MrBayes, Structure, maybe some next generation sequencing tools too, and Bioperl, Biojava, and so on.
As I am more a computer geek, rather than a bioinformatics one, I will focus on requirements for running these tools on clusters and the requirements to install them on your machine. The instructions require that you have an intermediary knowledge on *nix OS and sometimes a bit of programming experience.</em>
I will be using tutorials available on the Internet and hosting my code in GitHub/kinow. Hammer time!
Last weekend I spent some hours assembling old computer parts to create my commodity hardware cluster for running Hadoop. I already had a local installation in my notebook, so I thought it would be cool to run the word-count example in both scenarios to see what would be the results.
But first, let's review the hardware configurations:
Right now we are working on a new project using Apache Nutch 2.x, Apache Hadoop, Apache Solr 4 and a lot of other cool tools/modules/API’s/etc. After following the instructions found on http://nlp.solutions.asia/?p=180, I’ve successfully connected Apache Nutch, MySQL and Apache Solr.