>>>>> In article <2svq4i$jbe at csi0.csi.uottawa.ca>, misrael at grdb.csi.uottawa.ca (Mark Israel) writes:
> In article <2sho0c$3ai at network.ucsd.edu> mrs at juno.ucsd.edu (Michael Sawaya) writes:
>> Is there a version of HASSP that will run on a UNIX system?
> I imagine so. There are various versions of HASSP floating
The one I've seen (which was in the ccp4 suite once) was terribly
VAXtran-ish and could lead to all sorts of interesting
compiler-dependent problems like redefining `1' -- beware. The gurus
I listen to suggest SHELX and RSPS (the latter is in the CCP4 suite)
for Patterson searches.