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skotchandsoda/needleman-wunsch 7

Align two strings with the Needleman-Wunsch algorithm

skotchandsoda/cmpsc-221-term-project 1

Term Project for PSU CMPSC 221 Fall 2012, University Park. Java application that makes calls to the Billboard.com API and stores the data in an SQL database.

jaj2610/cmpsc311project7 0

Cmpsc311 Project7

jaj2610/cmpsc311project8 0

Cmpsc311 Project8 Spring 2013

skotchandsoda/ace-window 0

Quickly switch windows in Emacs

skotchandsoda/ardupilot 0

APM Plane, APM Copter, APM Rover source

skotchandsoda/avocado 0

Avocado is a set of tools and libraries to help with automated testing. One can call it a test framework with benefits. Native tests are written in Python and they follow the unittest pattern, but any executable can serve as a test.

skotchandsoda/bedtools2 0

A powerful toolset for genome arithmetic.

skotchandsoda/bmb497f 0

Unnamed BMB 497F project

PR opened avocado-framework/avocado

avocado.utils: limit printed durations to nanosecond precision

We should limit printed elapsed times to nanosecond precision, i.e. nine figures after the decimal point.

First, long decimal fractions are difficult to eyeball. This is annoying to read at a glance:

Command 'kill -19 1429623' finished with 0 after 0.0005124460049035922s

Whereas this is easier to read at a glance:

Command 'kill -19 1429623' finished with 0 after 0.000512446s

Second, the system call behind time.monotonic(), clock_gettime(2), has a resolution of one nanosecond. Additional figures are insignificant.

Signed-off-by: Scott Cheloha cheloha@linux.ibm.com

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Avocado is a set of tools and libraries to help with automated testing. One can call it a test framework with benefits. Native tests are written in Python and they follow the unittest pattern, but any executable can serve as a test.

https://avocado-framework.github.io/

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