Uses old Rust 2015
|0.1.1||Mar 16, 2018|
|0.1.0||Mar 10, 2018|
#10 in #bio
WARNING: Work In Progress
The macromolecular transmission format (MMTF) is a binary encoding of biological structures. It includes the coordinates, the topology and associated data. Specifically, a large subset of the data in
PDBfiles can be represented. Pronounced goals are a reduced file size for efficient transmission over the Internet or from hard disk to memory and fast decoding/parsing speed. Additionally the format aims to be easy to understand and implement to facilitates its dissemination.
For a more detailed information and specifications, please, take a look at their official documentation.
This crate use the deserialize and serialize from Rust
MessagePack and their integration with Serde,
providing a simple and easily decoder and encoder for MMTF structures
extern crate mmtf; use std::fd::File; let file = File::open("/path/to/file.mmtf"); let mmtf = Mmtf::from(file);