\/\/ vs. acediff

Dave Matthews matthews at greengenes.cit.cornell.edu
Wed Sep 27 07:01:43 EST 2000

That reminds me, I've been meaning for a long time to complain:
This isn't working in acediff.  It treats "\/\/" as a comment too.
- Dave

> From: Richard Durbin <rd at sanger.ac.uk>
> the string "//" means a comment in a .ace file, as in some languages.
> You can parse them in by escaping the slash characters, as in
>     http:\/\/www.sanger.ac.uk


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