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Re: Restraints CIF dictionary version 1.0 released

Dear All,

Whilst adding support for the new restraints CIF dictionary in the cctbx, I came across the following peculiarity:

The value of _list_reference for the 'data_restr_U_similar_weight_param' block of the dictionary is given as:

    loop_ _list_reference      '_restr_U_similar_atom_site_label_1'

Is there a reason that this is not instead:

    _list_reference      '_restr_U_similar_atom_site_label_'

which would be consistent with every other use of the _list_reference item in both cif_core_restraints.dic and cif_core.dic (to my knowledge)? 



On 8 March 2011 16:58, Brian McMahon <bm@iucr.org> wrote:
Version 1.0 of the restraints CIF dictionary, created by David Brown and
Ilia Guzei as an extension to the core CIF dictionary, has been posted
on the IUCr web site in ASCII, html and PDF formatted versions at
The dictionary file is available directly by anonymous ftp as

The items in this dictionary are designed for reporting the restraints
and constraints applied during the final refinement of a structure. They
are, however, not intended, nor are they suitable, for use as instructions
to a refinement program.

Brian McMahon
Coordinating Secretary, COMCIFS
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