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Re: New version (2.3) of core CIF dictionary available

> I have started to implement these changes in WinGX. However I find that CIF's
> using these new data  names are rejected by the IUCr Checkcif service as 
> invalid because
> symmetry information is missing. It would be helpful if the IUCr wishes the 
> community
> to switch to these new names for their own checking software to recognise 
> them !

My apologies for not posting this earlier, but the changes required for 
checkCIF to be compliant with the latest core dictionary have now been
made. These have now been running for at least a week and the new
datanames are those that are picked up by default, with the old
ones picked up otherwise.

Please let us know if there are any problems that you find with
this implementation.

Mike Hoyland

Mike Hoyland
Systems Developer
International Union of Crystallography
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