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Re: 2010 COMCIFS annual report - request for information


Apart from completing the restraints addition to the core dictionary, I have been slowly working my way throught e DDLm core dictionary, making the changes necessary to bring it into use, chiefly adding aliases and checking descriptions, but the continuing discussions in the DDLm group mean that the syntax and DDLm are still fluid, so it is impossible to come up with a definitive version until those discussions resolve themselves.


James Hester wrote:
Dear COMCIFS members,

The 2010 report of COMCIFS to the IUCr executive is due soon.  If any
of you have information that you think would be worth including in
this report, please provide it to me as soon as possible, but no later
than the end of February.  I would particularly like to include news
of changes and developments in CIF usage in its various application

best wishes,
James Hester.

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