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'su' and 'esd'

  • Subject: 'su' and 'esd'
  • From: Owen Johnson <johnson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 03 Jul 2008 15:24:21 +0100
  • Organization: Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre
I noticed (after enCIFer baulked at the 2.4 core dictionary) that 
data_exptl_transmission_factor_min & _max make the first & only use in the core 
of _type_conditions 'su' rather than 'esd' which has now been deprecated.

2005-06-29  Allow use of 'su' as synonym for 'esd' in _type_conditions
             and describe 'esd' as 'deprecated'. BMcM

Errors loading dictionary: C:/Program Files/CCDC/enCIFer/dict/cif_core24.dic
Error: Line 6117 : Invalid value for _type_conditions 'su' : expected 'esd',
'seq' or 'null'
Error: Line 6132 : Invalid value for _type_conditions 'su' : expected 'esd',
'seq' or 'null'

We will adjust our dictionary parsing in the forthcoming release of enCIFer. 
This note is to alert unsuspecting others.

Best wishes,
Owen Johnson
Technical Support Group, Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre (CCDC)
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