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Florenci V. Gonzalez fgonzale at qio.uji.es
Tue Jan 29 00:32:42 PST 2008


Florenci V. Gonzalez wrote:
 > Thanks Annalisa, I am using windows and I did open the dlg file and
 > actually it does not say "Finished job" but it is giving some errors
  ...snip...
 > ValueError: invalid literal for int() with base 10: ''
 >
 > The question is: if it is giving me errors does it mean it is not running?

I fixed this Traceback in the CVS:
http://mgldev.scripps.edu/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=888

However, your problem seems not to be related to this bug. Please submit a bug
report with the full dlg file attached.
http://mgldev.scripps.edu/bugs/docs/html/bugreports.html

Thanks,
Sargis


Thanks Sargis, but I did not submit a bug report and I did not save 
it so as to submit it. Then I ran the tutorial docking (indinavir) 
and when I analyzed the result this is what I see:



ERROR *********************************************
Traceback (most recent call last):
   File 
"C:\cygwin\home\mgl\releases\MGLToolsPckgs\ViewerFramework\VF.py", 
line 724, in tryto
   File 
"C:\cygwin\home\mgl\releases\MGLToolsPckgs\AutoDockTools\autoanalyzeCommands.py", 
line 2669, in doit
   File 
"C:\cygwin\home\mgl\releases\MGLToolsPckgs\AutoDockTools\Docking.py", 
line 83, in readDlg
AttributeError: Docking instance has no attribute 'ligMol'
Please include this Traceback in your bug report. Help --> Report a Bug.
exception in _buildInputLig

This is not the same as before, but is it related to?

Thanks,

Floren



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