NEW IN 0.97In this version you can use custom animations for your vehicles. The animations should be included in the archive as in .ifp file and should contain the replacement animations, each of which should have exactly the same name as the original animation. The file does not have to contain all the animations used by that vehicle's animation group, only the ones you want to replace.Another new feature is setting default immunity flags for vehicles in the XML. The immunity value is an integer in the range 0-255 and you can use the flags.html to find the value for the specific combination of immunities you wish your vehicle to have. The value should be in \"immunity\" element inside \"basic\" section.Car colours can now be specified as RGB valuues. To do that, use \"rgbcol\" instead of \"carcol\" in the \"colors\" section. \"rgbcol\" should contain 6 comma-separated values - r,g,b,r,g,b. First three values make up the primary colour and the last three values make up the secondary colour. You can mix \"rgbcol\" and \"carcol\" elements, but there can still be only a total of 8 of them combined.CHANGELOG OF 0.97
Genetic variability across individuals and species was first assessed by a Principal Component Analysis (PCA) using PLINK v1.90b3.4532, which was plotted with the ggplot2 R package33. This analysis was based on a subset of SNPs that were called in all eight individuals, with a minimum coverage of 20 and a minimum minor allele count of 2 (i.e. singletons excluded to avoid errors) obtained with VCFtools34. Furthermore, only one random biallelic SNP per transcript was retained, reducing the effect of linkage disequilibrium. Population structure analysis was performed with fastStructure v1.035 based on the same SNP subset, with 10 cross-validation tests for each of three replicate runs, and considering the number of genetic clusters (K) between 2 and 8. The best number of clusters was inferred with the chooseK python script of fastStructure.
Putative fixed single nucleotide differences between species were identified using the python tools created by Simon Martin ( _general), after filtering the raw VCF file for minimum SNP quality of 30 (Phred-scaled probability that the polymorphism exists), minimum coverage of 5 per sample and minimum number of calls of 8 (1 per individual). A more conservative set of putatively fixed SNP differences was also created by applying a more stringent filter of a minimum coverage of 20 per sample19.
Putative species-diagnostic SNPs were identified from the raw SNP call using the python tools created by Simon Martin and two different filtering criteria. In the more stringent filter (minimum coverage of 20), 19,072 SNPs were inferred as putatively species-diagnostic (i.e. alternative alleles fixed within the group of four individuals from each species) whereas in the less stringent filter (minimum coverage of 5), 45,340 were identified as putatively species-diagnostic SNPs (FixedSNPs_PseudoRef_min5.vcf and FixedSNPs_PseudoRef_min20.vcf, respectively19).
BLAKE2b is faster than MD5, SHA-1, SHA-2, and SHA-3, on 64-bit x86-64 and ARM architectures. BLAKE2 provides better security than SHA-2 and similar to that of SHA-3: immunity to length extension, indifferentiability from a random oracle, etc.
There is a lightly loaded web server. Debian jessie, apache2, python app. There is a simple curl script, on the same machine, that sends an alert if apache does not respond. Sometimes apache stops responding, the script stops sending alerts. And after a pause, hundreds of alerts arrive in a row. What can be wrong Server runs out of socketsCan manually updated apache be the cause of the problem 59ce067264