We are pleased to announce the release of iMosflm/Mosflm 7.1.3; if you are collecting data on beamline I24 at Diamond using their new vertical goniostat, you *must* use this version to process your data - see the release notes for further details.
In addition to support for I24, the following bugs have been addressed;
(1) MS-Windows only: "Orphan" ipmosflm.exe process shuts down gracefully when iMosflm exits unexpectedly so it should no longer keep a lock on "mosflm.lp".
(2) Pilatus 300K detector sold with Stoe four-circle goniostat now partly supported (with detector in symmetric setting - swung out detector support will follow later).
(3) Contrast limit increased in iMosflm so that it can be changed when there are many hot pixels (e.g. a whole panel is faulty).
Downloads are available from
http://www.mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk/harry/mosflm/index.html (if you just want Mosflm)
This is a bug-fix release which has no new features.
New features, such as the "known unit cell" option in autoindexing will be included in the next full release of Mosflm and are not present in this bug-fix release.
Dr Harry Powell, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Francis Crick Avenue, Cambridge Biomedical Campus, Cambridge CB2 0QH
Chairman of International Union of Crystallography Commission on Crystallographic Computing
Chairman of European Crystallographic Association SIG9 (Crystallographic Computing)