Molby Publisher's description
from Toshi Nagata
Molby is a software for building molecular models on the graphic screen.
Molby is a software for building molecular models on the graphic screen. It works on Mac OS X and Windows. It can import and export files for other computational chemistry softwares such as GAMESS and Gaussian. It can also edit molecules by scripts running on the built-in Ruby interpreter.
What's New in This Release:Crash on running antechamber/parmchk on PPC Mac is (hopefully) fixed.
Mac: resp and sqm (semiempirial QM calculation invoked by antechamber) caused crash unless gfortran is installed. To fix this, config.h/Makefiles for AmberTools is modified so that gfortran library is statically linked.
Occasionally, termination of the subprocess (like antechamber) was not detected properly, and the subprocess was left as a zombie. Improved, but may not be completely fixed.
Loading GAMESS dat file now can be interrupted by ESC.
Disable close box of RubyDialogFrame.
On importing frcmod, atom type with a single character (like "c") was not recognized properly. Fixed.
MO import from GAMESS log/dat files are implemented.
System Requirements:No special requirements.
Program Release Status: New Release
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall