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/* $Id: test_title.cpp 58003 2013-05-02 13:20:29Z grichenk $ * =========================================================================== * * PUBLIC DOMAIN NOTICE * National Center for Biotechnology Information * * This software/database is a "United States Government Work" under the * terms of the United States Copyright Act. It was written as part of * the author's official duties as a United States Government employee and * thus cannot be copyrighted. This software/database is freely available * to the public for use. The National Library of Medicine and the U.S. * Government have not placed any restriction on its use or reproduction. * * Although all reasonable efforts have been taken to ensure the accuracy * and reliability of the software and data, the NLM and the U.S. * Government do not and cannot warrant the performance or results that * may be obtained by using this software or data. The NLM and the U.S. * Government disclaim all warranties, express or implied, including * warranties of performance, merchantability or fitness for any particular * purpose. * * Please cite the author in any work or product based on this material. * * =========================================================================== * * Author: Aaron Ucko * * File Description: * test code for CScope::GetTitle */ #include <ncbi_pch.hpp> #include <corelib/ncbistd.hpp> #include <corelib/ncbiapp.hpp> #include <corelib/ncbiargs.hpp> #include <corelib/ncbienv.hpp> #include <objmgr/object_manager.hpp> #include <objmgr/scope.hpp> #include <objmgr/bioseq_handle.hpp> #include <objtools/data_loaders/genbank/gbloader.hpp> #include <objmgr/util/create_defline.hpp> // (BEGIN_NCBI_SCOPE must be followed by END_NCBI_SCOPE later in this file) BEGIN_NCBI_SCOPE USING_SCOPE(objects); USING_SCOPE(sequence); class CTitleTester : public CNcbiApplication { virtual void Init(void); virtual int Run(void); }; void CTitleTester::Init(void) { auto_ptr<CArgDescriptions> arg_desc(new CArgDescriptions); arg_desc->SetUsageContext(GetArguments().GetProgramBasename(), "Show a sequence's title", false); arg_desc->AddKey("gi", "SeqEntryID", "GI id of the Seq-Entry to examine", CArgDescriptions::eInteger); arg_desc->AddKey("in", "GIList", "File listing GIs to look up", CArgDescriptions::eInputFile); arg_desc->SetDependency("gi", CArgDescriptions::eExcludes, "in"); arg_desc->AddFlag("reconstruct", "Reconstruct title"); arg_desc->AddFlag("allproteins", "Name all proteins, not just the first"); arg_desc->AddFlag("localannots", "Never use related sequences' annotations"); SetupArgDescriptions(arg_desc.release()); } int CTitleTester::Run(void) { const CArgs& args = GetArgs(); CRef<CObjectManager> objmgr = CObjectManager::GetInstance(); CScope scope(*objmgr); CSeq_id id; CGBDataLoader::RegisterInObjectManager(*objmgr); scope.AddDefaults(); CDeflineGenerator gen; CDeflineGenerator::TUserFlags flags = 0; if (args["reconstruct"]) { flags |= CDeflineGenerator::fIgnoreExisting; } if (args["allproteins"]) { flags |= CDeflineGenerator::fAllProteinNames; } if (args["localannots"]) { flags |= CDeflineGenerator::fLocalAnnotsOnly; } if (args["gi"]) { id.SetGi(GI_FROM(int, args["gi"].AsInteger())); CBioseq_Handle handle = scope.GetBioseqHandle(id); NcbiCout << gen.GenerateDefline(handle, flags) << NcbiEndl; } else { CNcbiIstream& in(args["in"].AsInputFile()); TIntId int_gi; while (in >> int_gi) { id.SetGi(GI_FROM(TIntId, int_gi)); string s; try { CBioseq_Handle handle = scope.GetBioseqHandle(id); s = gen.GenerateDefline(handle, flags); } catch (exception& e) { s = e.what(); } NcbiCout << id.GetGi() << ": " << s << NcbiEndl; } } return 0; } // (END_NCBI_SCOPE must be preceded by BEGIN_NCBI_SCOPE) END_NCBI_SCOPE USING_NCBI_SCOPE; int main(int argc, const char** argv) { return CTitleTester().AppMain(argc, argv); }

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