August 17, 2015

Aug 17 2015

Compiled versions of last friday's official release of 2.3.0 have been added to the website. The newest version is mostly minor bug fixes. The versioning system was upgraded to a three digit system to reflect future revisions that are less than minor. With this release, 64-bit versions of Hardklör are now available for Windows. Further improvements to the website are ongoing.

August 3, 2015

Aug 3 2015

After several years, the website has been rebooted. While the old site was collecting dust, Hardklör development continued quietly on Google Code. With the recent closing of that site, development was moved again, this time to GitHub. This repeated relocation of resources for Hardklör made obtaining the most recent release, source, or documentation difficult. Thus, the reboot is an effort to remedy the situation. For simplicity, we've maintained the original published URL, and this will remain the portal to obtaining all updates moving forward. Some pages of the new site are still in development, so please be patient. The next official release for Hardklör, including true 64-bit support in Windows, will be arriving soon.

May 19, 2014

May 19 2014

Removed dependency on ISOTOPE.DAT and Hardklor.dat. Atomic information now hard coded. Use of these files still allows alteration of those atomic values to whatever is presented in the dat files.

July 25, 2013

Jul 25 2013

Three major overhauls:

  • All new configuration file interface. Much more intuitive/user readable. No online documentation currently available. Example configuration file is titled: Hardklor.conf
  • Improved modification detection when using Version2 algorithm. It is still not as robust as Version1, so proceed with caution when looking for modified peptides.
  • Updated modular interface when compiling Hardklor into other programs. You can now feed it MSToolkit Spectrum objects and grab the results stored in memory.

April 20, 2011

Apr 20 2011

Version 1.36 was released. Minor bugfixes were made when analyzing spectra on the highest sensitivity levels. Also, file support was updated to include the .mzML format. Jason Kwan from the University of Utah was kind enough to provide a binary for Mac OSx. The documentation on this site also looks a bit outdated, and I'll try to get on that soon.