|relax version 1.2.0|
|Release type||Major feature|
|Release date||14 January 2006|
|The relax 1.2.0 user manual|
Introducing the newest 1.2 stable feature release of relax. The major feature of this release is that relaxation curve fitting is now supported within relax. Now relax can calculate the R1, R2, and NOE, as well as their associated errors, from peak intensities.
Other features include a shift to the 'make' system. Installation is now through makefiles and the command 'make install' as root will install relax into /usr/local/. Many of the development related scripts for compiling the manual, removing temporary files, creating the distribution packages, etc have been moved into makefiles as well. C modules have been added which interface with relax through the Python/C API. These implement the functions using in the optimisation of relaxation curves. To create the C shared objects, the command 'make' is used.
The minor version number which can be downloaded is relax version 1.2.0. This is the first release of the new 1.2 branch.
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