OBConversion Class Reference

Class to convert from one format to another. More...

#include <openbabel/obconversion.h>

Inheritance diagram for OBConversion:
XMLConversion

List of all members.

Public Member Functions

void CopyOptions (OBConversion *pSourceConv, Option_type typ=ALL)
Construction
 OBConversion (std::istream *is=NULL, std::ostream *os=NULL)
 OBConversion (const OBConversion &o)
virtual ~OBConversion ()
Parameter get and set
std::istream * GetInStream () const
std::ostream * GetOutStream () const
void SetInStream (std::istream *pIn)
void SetOutStream (std::ostream *pOut)
bool SetInAndOutFormats (const char *inID, const char *outID)
bool SetInAndOutFormats (OBFormat *pIn, OBFormat *pOut)
bool SetInFormat (const char *inID)
bool SetInFormat (OBFormat *pIn)
bool SetOutFormat (const char *outID)
bool SetOutFormat (OBFormat *pOut)
OBFormatGetInFormat () const
OBFormatGetOutFormat () const
std::string GetInFilename () const
std::streampos GetInPos () const
size_t GetInLen () const
const char * GetTitle () const
OBConversionGetAuxConv () const
void SetAuxConv (OBConversion *pConv)
Supported file format
std::vector< std::string > GetSupportedInputFormat ()
std::vector< std::string > GetSupportedOutputFormat ()
Conversion
int Convert (std::istream *is, std::ostream *os)
int Convert ()
int FullConvert (std::vector< std::string > &FileList, std::string &OutputFileName, std::vector< std::string > &OutputFileList)
Conversion loop control
int AddChemObject (OBBase *pOb)
OBBaseGetChemObject ()
bool IsLast ()
bool IsFirstInput ()
void SetFirstInput (bool b=true)
int GetOutputIndex () const
void SetOutputIndex (int indx)
void SetMoreFilesToCome ()
void SetOneObjectOnly (bool b=true)
void SetLast (bool b)
bool IsLastFile ()
int GetCount () const

Static Public Member Functions

Collection of formats
static int RegisterFormat (const char *ID, OBFormat *pFormat, const char *MIME=NULL)
static OBFormatFindFormat (const char *ID)
static OBFormatFindFormat (const std::string ID)
static OBFormatFormatFromExt (const char *filename)
static OBFormatFormatFromExt (const std::string filename)
static OBFormatFormatFromMIME (const char *MIME)
static bool GetNextFormat (Formatpos &itr, const char *&str, OBFormat *&pFormat)
Information
static const char * Description ()

Protected Types

typedef std::map< std::string,
int > 
OPAMapType
typedef
FilteringInputStreambuf
< LineEndingExtractor
LErdbuf

Protected Member Functions

bool SetStartAndEnd ()
bool OpenAndSetFormat (bool SetFormat, std::ifstream *is, std::stringstream *ss=NULL)

Static Protected Member Functions

static OPAMapTypeOptionParamArray (Option_type typ)
static int LoadFormatFiles ()

Protected Attributes

std::string InFilename
std::istream * pInStream
std::ostream * pOutStream
OBFormatpInFormat
OBFormatpOutFormat
std::map< std::string,
std::string > 
OptionsArray [3]
int Index
unsigned int StartNumber
unsigned int EndNumber
int Count
bool m_IsFirstInput
bool m_IsLast
bool MoreFilesToCome
bool OneObjectOnly
bool ReadyToInput
bool CheckedForGzip
bool NeedToFreeInStream
bool NeedToFreeOutStream
LErdbufpLineEndBuf
OBBasepOb1
std::streampos wInpos
std::streampos rInpos
size_t wInlen
size_t rInlen
OBConversionpAuxConv
std::vector< std::string > SupportedInputFormat
std::vector< std::string > SupportedOutputFormat

Static Protected Attributes

static OBFormatpDefaultFormat
static int FormatFilesLoaded = 0

Option handling

Three types of Option provide information and control instructions to the conversion process, INOPTIONS, OUTOPTIONS, GENOPTIONS, and are stored in each OBConversion object in separate maps. Each option has an id and an optional text string. They are set individually by AddOption() or (rarely) collectively in SetOptions(). Options cannot be altered but can be replaced with AddOption() and deleted with RemoveOption(), which, however, should be used in an op derived from OBOp (because of iterator invalidation).

If the "Convert" interface is used, the GENOPTIONS are acted upon in the OBBase::DoTransformations() functions (currently only OBMol has one). This happens after the object has been input but before it has been output. All the options are available to input and output formats, etc. via the IsOption() function, and the interpretation of any text string needs to be done subsequently.

In the commandline interface, options with single character ids are are indicated like -s, and those with multiple character ids like --gen3D. An option may have one or more parameters which appear, space separated, in the option's text string. With babel, unless the option is at the end of the command, it is necessary for the number of its parameters to be exactly that specified in RegisterOptionParam(). The default is 0, but if it is more, and babel is likely to be used, this function should be called in the constructor of a format or op. With obabel (or the GUI), it is not necessary to call RegisterOptionParam().

New GENOPTIONS can be defined (as plugins) using the class OBOp.

It is customary for a format or op to document any INOPTIONS or OUTPTIONS it uses in its Description() function. As well as providing documentation during use, this is also parsed by the GUI to construct its checkboxes,etc., so it is advisable to give new Descriptions the same form as existing ones.

Some conversion options, such as -f, -l, -m, are unlikely to be used in programming, but are listed in OBConversion::Description(). The built-in GENOPTIONS for OBMol objects are listed in OBMol::ClassDescription() which is in transform.cpp and also in this documentation under AddOption().


enum  Option_type { INOPTIONS, OUTOPTIONS, GENOPTIONS, ALL }
const char * IsOption (const char *opt, Option_type opttyp=OUTOPTIONS)
const std::map< std::string,
std::string > * 
GetOptions (Option_type opttyp)
void AddOption (const char *opt, Option_type opttyp=OUTOPTIONS, const char *txt=NULL)
bool RemoveOption (const char *opt, Option_type optype)
void SetOptions (const char *options, Option_type opttyp)
static void RegisterOptionParam (std::string name, OBFormat *pFormat, int numberParams=0, Option_type typ=OUTOPTIONS)
static int GetOptionParams (std::string name, Option_type typ)

Convenience functions

bool Write (OBBase *pOb, std::ostream *pout=NULL)
std::string WriteString (OBBase *pOb, bool trimWhitespace=false)
bool WriteFile (OBBase *pOb, std::string filePath)
void CloseOutFile ()
bool Read (OBBase *pOb, std::istream *pin=NULL)
bool ReadString (OBBase *pOb, std::string input)
bool ReadFile (OBBase *pOb, std::string filePath)
bool OpenInAndOutFiles (std::string infilepath, std::string outfilepath)
void ReportNumberConverted (int count, OBFormat *pFormat=NULL)
int NumInputObjects ()
static OBFormatGetDefaultFormat ()
static std::string BatchFileName (std::string &BaseName, std::string &InFile)
static std::string IncrementedFileName (std::string &BaseName, const int Count)
static bool CheckForUnintendedBatch (const std::string &infile, const std::string &outfile)
void InstallStreamFilter ()

Detailed Description

Class to convert from one format to another.

OBConversion maintains a list of the available formats, provides information on them, and controls the conversion process.

A conversion is carried out by the calling routine, usually in a user interface or an application program, making an instance of OBConversion. It is loaded with the in and out formats, any options and (usually) the default streams for input and output. Then either the Convert() function is called, which allows a single input file to be converted, or the extended functionality of FullConvert() is used. This allows multiple input and output files, allowing:

These procedures constitute the "Convert" interface. OBConversion and the user interface or application program do not need to be aware of any other part of OpenBabel - mol.h is not #included. This allows any chemical object derived from OBBase to be converted; the type of object is decided by the input format class. However,currently, almost all the conversions are for molecules of class OBMol. / OBConversion can also be used with an "API" interface called from programs which manipulate chemical objects. Input/output is done with the Read() and Write() functions which work with any chemical object, but need to have its type specified. (The ReadMolecule() and WriteMolecule() functions of the format classes can also be used directly.)

Example code using OBConversion

To read in a molecule, manipulate it and write it out.

Set up an istream and an ostream, to and from files or elsewhere. (cin and cout are used in the example). Specify the file formats.

      OBConversion conv(&cin,&cout);
      if(conv.SetInAndOutFormats("SMI","MOL"))
      {
         OBMol mol;
         if(conv.Read(&mol))
            // ...manipulate molecule

         conv->Write(&mol);
      }

A two stage construction is used to allow error handling if the format ID is not recognized. This is necessary now that the formats are dynamic and errors are not caught at compile time. OBConversion::Read() uses a pointer to OBBase, so that, in addition to OBMol, other kinds of objects, such as reactions, can also be handled if the format routines are written appropriately.

To make a molecule from a SMILES string.

      std::string SmilesString;
      OBMol mol;
      stringstream ss(SmilesString)
      OBConversion conv(&ss);
      if(conv.SetInFormat("smi") && conv.Read(&mol))
         // ...

To do a file conversion without manipulating the molecule.

      #include <openbabel/obconversion.h> //mol.h is not needed
      ...set up an istream is and an ostream os
      OBConversion conv(&is,&os);
      if(conv.SetInAndOutFormats("SMI","MOL"))
      {
         conv.AddOption("h",OBConversion::GENOPTIONS); //Optional; (h adds expicit hydrogens)
         conv.Convert();
      }

To add automatic format conversion to an existing program.

The existing program inputs from the file identified by the const char* filename into the istream is. The file is assumed to have a format ORIG, but other formats, identified by their file extensions, can now be used.

      ifstream ifs(filename); //Original code

      OBConversion conv;
      OBFormat* inFormat = conv.FormatFromExt(filename);
      OBFormat* outFormat = conv.GetFormat("ORIG");
      istream* pIn = &ifs;
      stringstream newstream;
      if(inFormat && outFormat)
      {
         conv.SetInAndOutFormats(inFormat,outFormat);
         conv.Convert(pIn,&newstream);
         pIn=&newstream;
      }
      //else error; new features not available; fallback to original functionality

      ...Carry on with original code using pIn
Examples:

obconformersearch_default.cpp, obconversion_readstring.cpp, and obforcefield_energy.cpp.


Member Typedef Documentation

typedef std::map<std::string,int> OPAMapType [protected]

Member Enumeration Documentation

Three types of options set on the the command line by -a? , -x? , or -?

Enumerator:
INOPTIONS 
OUTOPTIONS 
GENOPTIONS 
ALL 

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

OBConversion ( std::istream *  is = NULL,
std::ostream *  os = NULL 
)
OBConversion ( const OBConversion o )

Copy constructor.

~OBConversion (  ) [virtual]

Member Function Documentation

int RegisterFormat ( const char *  ID,
OBFormat pFormat,
const char *  MIME = NULL 
) [static]

Called once by each format class.

Class information on formats is collected by making an instance of the class derived from OBFormat(only one is usually required). RegisterFormat() is called from its constructor.

If the compiled format is stored separately, like in a DLL or shared library, the initialization code makes an instance of the imported OBFormat class.

OBFormat * FindFormat ( const char *  ID ) [static]
OBFormat * FindFormat ( const std::string  ID ) [static]

Searches registered formats.

Since:
version 2.3
OBFormat * FormatFromExt ( const char *  filename ) [static]

Searches registered formats for an ID the same as the file extension.

Examples:
obconformersearch_default.cpp, and obforcefield_energy.cpp.

Referenced by OBConversion::FormatFromExt(), and OBConversion::OpenAndSetFormat().

OBFormat * FormatFromExt ( const std::string  filename ) [static]

Searches registered formats for an ID the same as the file extension.

Since:
version 2.3
OBFormat * FormatFromMIME ( const char *  MIME ) [static]

Searches registered formats for a MIME the same as the chemical MIME type passed.

bool GetNextFormat ( Formatpos itr,
const char *&  str,
OBFormat *&  pFormat 
) [static]

Deprecated!.Repeatedly called to recover available Formats.

const char * Description (  ) [static]
std::istream* GetInStream (  ) const [inline]
std::ostream* GetOutStream (  ) const [inline]
void SetInStream ( std::istream *  pIn ) [inline]
void SetOutStream ( std::ostream *  pOut ) [inline]
bool SetInAndOutFormats ( const char *  inID,
const char *  outID 
)

Sets the formats from their ids, e g CML.

Sets the formats from their ids, e g CML. If inID is NULL, the input format is left unchanged. Similarly for outID Returns true if both formats have been successfully set at sometime

bool SetInAndOutFormats ( OBFormat pIn,
OBFormat pOut 
)
bool SetInFormat ( OBFormat pIn )
bool SetOutFormat ( const char *  outID )

Sets the output format from an id e.g. CML.

Examples:
obconformersearch_default.cpp.

Referenced by OBConversion::SetInAndOutFormats().

bool SetOutFormat ( OBFormat pOut )
OBFormat* GetInFormat (  ) const [inline]
OBFormat* GetOutFormat (  ) const [inline]
std::string GetInFilename (  ) const [inline]
std::streampos GetInPos (  ) const [inline]

Get the position in the input stream of the object being read.

size_t GetInLen (  ) const [inline]

Get the length in the input stream of the object being read.

const char * GetTitle (  ) const
Returns:
a default title which is the filename
OBConversion* GetAuxConv (  ) const [inline]

Extension method: deleted in ~OBConversion()

void SetAuxConv ( OBConversion pConv ) [inline]
const char * IsOption ( const char *  opt,
Option_type  opttyp = OUTOPTIONS 
)
const std::map<std::string,std::string>* GetOptions ( Option_type  opttyp ) [inline]

Access the map with option name as key and any associated text as value.

Referenced by OBMoleculeFormat::OutputDeferredMols(), and OBMoleculeFormat::ReadChemObjectImpl().

void AddOption ( const char *  opt,
Option_type  opttyp = OUTOPTIONS,
const char *  txt = NULL 
)

Set an option of specified type, with optional text.

Referenced by OBMoleculeFormat::DeferMolOutput().

bool RemoveOption ( const char *  opt,
Option_type  optype 
)
void SetOptions ( const char *  options,
Option_type  opttyp 
)

Set several single character options of specified type from string like ab"btext"c"ctext".

void RegisterOptionParam ( std::string  name,
OBFormat pFormat,
int  numberParams = 0,
Option_type  typ = OUTOPTIONS 
) [static]

For example -h takes 0 parameters; -f takes 1. Call in a format constructor.

Referenced by OBConversion::OBConversion(), and OBMoleculeFormat::OBMoleculeFormat().

int GetOptionParams ( std::string  name,
Option_type  typ 
) [static]
Returns:
the number of parameters registered for the option, or 0 if not found
void CopyOptions ( OBConversion pSourceConv,
Option_type  typ = ALL 
)

Copies the options (by default of all types) from one OBConversion Object to another.

std::vector< std::string > GetSupportedInputFormat (  )

Returns the list of supported input format

std::vector< std::string > GetSupportedOutputFormat (  )

Returns the list of supported output format

int Convert ( std::istream *  is,
std::ostream *  os 
)

Conversion for single input and output stream.

int Convert (  )

Conversion with existing streams.

Actions the "convert" interface. Calls the OBFormat class's ReadMolecule() which

  • makes a new chemical object of its chosen type (e.g. OBMol)
  • reads an object from the input file
  • subjects the chemical object to 'transformations' as specified by the Options
  • calls AddChemObject to add it to a buffer. The previous object is first output via the output Format's WriteMolecule(). During the output process calling IsFirst() and GetIndex() (the number of objects including the current one already output. allows more control, for instance writing <cml> and </cml> tags for multiple molecule outputs only.

AddChemObject does not save the object passed to it if it is NULL (as a result of a DoTransformation()) or if the number of the object is outside the range defined by StartNumber and EndNumber.This means the start and end counts apply to all chemical objects found whether or not they are output.

If ReadMolecule returns false the input conversion loop is exited.

Referenced by OBConversion::Convert(), and OBConversion::FullConvert().

int FullConvert ( std::vector< std::string > &  FileList,
std::string &  OutputFileName,
std::vector< std::string > &  OutputFileList 
)

Conversion with multiple input/output files: makes input and output streams, and carries out normal, batch, aggregation, and splitting conversion.

Makes input and output streams, and carries out normal, batch, aggregation, and splitting conversion.

Normal Done if FileList contains a single file name and OutputFileName does not contain a *.

Aggregation Done if FileList has more than one file name and OutputFileName does not contain * . All the chemical objects are converted and sent to the single output file.

Splitting Done if FileList contains a single file name and OutputFileName contains a * . Each chemical object in the input file is converted and sent to a separate file whose name is OutputFileName with the replaced by 1, 2, 3, etc. OutputFileName must have at least one character other than the * before the extension. For example, if OutputFileName is NEW*.smi then the output files are NEW1.smi, NEW2.smi, etc.

Batch Conversion Done if FileList has more than one file name and contains a * . Each input file is converted to an output file whose name is OutputFileName with the * replaced by the inputfile name without its path and extension. So if the input files were inpath/First.cml, inpath/Second.cml and OutputFileName was NEW*.mol, the output files would be NEWFirst.mol, NEWSecond.mol.

If FileList is empty, the input stream that has already been set (usually in the constructor) is used. If OutputFileName is empty, the output stream already set is used.

On exit, OutputFileList contains the names of the output files.

Returns the number of Chemical objects converted.

int AddChemObject ( OBBase pOb )

Adds to internal array during input.

Called by ReadMolecule() to deliver an object it has read from an input stream. Used in two modes:

  • When Count is negative it is left negative and the routine is just a store for an OBBase object. The negative value returned tells the calling routine that no more objects are required.
  • When count is >=0, probably set by Convert(), it acts as a queue of 2: writing the currently stored value before accepting the supplied one. This delay allows output routines to respond differently when the written object is the last. Count is incremented with each call, even if pOb=NULL. Objects are not added to the queue if the count is outside the range StartNumber to EndNumber. There is no upper limit if EndNumber is zero. The return value is Count ((>0) or 0 if WriteChemObject returned false.

Referenced by OBMoleculeFormat::ReadChemObjectImpl().

OBBase * GetChemObject (  )

Retrieve from internal array during output.

Retrieves an object stored by AddChemObject() during output

Referenced by OBMoleculeFormat::WriteChemObjectImpl().

bool IsLast (  )

True if no more objects to be output.

Reimplemented in XMLConversion.

Referenced by XMLConversion::IsLast(), and OBMoleculeFormat::WriteChemObjectImpl().

bool IsFirstInput (  )

True if the first input object is being processed.

Referenced by OBMoleculeFormat::DeferMolOutput(), and OBMoleculeFormat::ReadChemObjectImpl().

void SetFirstInput ( bool  b = true )

Setwhether or not is the first input.

Referenced by OBConversion::Convert(), and OBConversion::FullConvert().

int GetOutputIndex (  ) const

Retrieves number of ChemObjects that have been actually output.

Returns the number of objects which have been output or are currently being output. The outputindex is incremented when an object for output is fetched by GetChemObject(). So the function will return 1 if called from WriteMolecule() during output of the first object.

Referenced by OBMoleculeFormat::DoOutputOptions(), and XMLConversion::GetOutputIndex().

void SetOutputIndex ( int  indx )

Sets ouput index (maybe to control whether seen as first object)

Referenced by OBConversion::FullConvert(), OBMoleculeFormat::OutputDeferredMols(), and OBMoleculeFormat::WriteChemObjectImpl().

void SetMoreFilesToCome (  )

Used with multiple input files. Off by default.

Referenced by OBConversion::FullConvert().

void SetOneObjectOnly ( bool  b = true )

Used with multiple input files. Off by default.

Referenced by OBConversion::FullConvert(), OBMoleculeFormat::OutputDeferredMols(), and OBConversion::Write().

void SetLast ( bool  b ) [inline]

Synonym for SetOneObjectOnly()

bool IsLastFile (  ) [inline]

True if no more files to be read.

int GetCount (  ) const [inline]

Number of objects read and processed Incremented after options are processed, so 0 for first object. Returns -1 if Convert interface not used.

static OBFormat* GetDefaultFormat (  ) [inline, static]

The default format is set in a single OBFormat class (generally it is OBMol)

bool Write ( OBBase pOb,
std::ostream *  pout = NULL 
)

Outputs an object of a class derived from OBBase.

Part of "API" interface. The output stream can be specified and the change is retained in the OBConversion instance

Writes the object pOb but does not delete it afterwards. The output stream is lastingly changed if pos is not NULL Returns true if successful.

Examples:
obconformersearch_default.cpp.

Referenced by OBConversion::WriteFile(), and OBConversion::WriteString().

std::string WriteString ( OBBase pOb,
bool  trimWhitespace = false 
)

Outputs an object of a class derived from OBBase as a string.

Part of "API" interface. The output stream is temporarily changed to the string and then restored This method is primarily intended for scripting languages without "stream" classes The optional "trimWhitespace" parameter allows trailing whitespace to be removed (e.g., in a SMILES string or InChI, etc.)

Writes the object pOb but does not delete it afterwards. The output stream not changed (since we cannot write to this string later) Returns true if successful.

bool WriteFile ( OBBase pOb,
std::string  filePath 
)

Outputs an object of a class derived from OBBase as a file (with the supplied path)

Part of "API" interface. The output stream is changed to the supplied file and the change is retained in the OBConversion instance. This method is primarily intended for scripting languages without "stream" classes

Writes the object pOb but does not delete it afterwards. The output stream is lastingly changed to point to the file Returns true if successful.

void CloseOutFile (  )

Manually closes and deletes the output stream The file is closed anyway when in the OBConversion destructor or when WriteFile is called again.

Since:
version 2.1
bool Read ( OBBase pOb,
std::istream *  pin = NULL 
)

Reads an object of a class derived from OBBase into pOb.

Part of "API" interface. The input stream can be specified and the change is retained in the OBConversion instance

Returns:
false and pOb=NULL on error
Examples:
obconformersearch_default.cpp, and obforcefield_energy.cpp.

Referenced by OBConversion::ReadFile(), OBMoleculeFormat::ReadNameIndex(), and OBConversion::ReadString().

bool ReadString ( OBBase pOb,
std::string  input 
)

Reads an object of a class derived from OBBase into pOb from the supplied string.

Part of "API" interface. The input stream can be specified and the change is retained in the OBConversion instance

Returns:
NULL on error Part of "API" interface.
false and pOb=NULL on error This method is primarily intended for scripting languages without "stream" classes
Examples:
obconversion_readstring.cpp.

Referenced by OpenBabel::CompileSmilesQuery().

bool ReadFile ( OBBase pOb,
std::string  filePath 
)

Reads an object of a class derived from OBBase into pOb from the file specified.

Part of "API" interface. The output stream is changed to the supplied file and the change is retained in the OBConversion instance.

Returns:
false and pOb=NULL on error This method is primarily intended for scripting languages without "stream" classes
bool OpenInAndOutFiles ( std::string  infilepath,
std::string  outfilepath 
)

Part of the "Convert" interface Open the files and update the streams in the OBConversion object. This method is primarily intended for scripting languages without "stream" classes and will usually followed by a call to Convert()

Returns:
false if unsucessful.
void ReportNumberConverted ( int  count,
OBFormat pFormat = NULL 
)

Sends a message like "2 molecules converted" to clog The type of object is taken from the TargetClassDescription of the specified class (or the output format if not specified)and is appropriately singular or plural.

int NumInputObjects (  )
Returns:
the number of objects in the inputstream, or -1 if error or if SkipObjects for the input format is not implemented Adjusts for the value of -f and -l options (first and last objects).
string BatchFileName ( std::string &  BaseName,
std::string &  InFile 
) [static, protected]

Replaces * in BaseName by InFile without extension and path.

Referenced by OBConversion::FullConvert().

string IncrementedFileName ( std::string &  BaseName,
const int  Count 
) [static, protected]

Replaces * in BaseName by Count.

Referenced by OBConversion::FullConvert().

bool CheckForUnintendedBatch ( const std::string &  infile,
const std::string &  outfile 
) [static, protected]

Checks for misunderstandings when using the -m option.

Referenced by OBConversion::FullConvert().

void InstallStreamFilter (  ) [protected]

Adds a filtering rdbuffer to handle line endings if not already installed and not a binary or xml format.

Referenced by OBConversion::Convert(), and OBConversion::Read().

bool SetStartAndEnd (  ) [protected]

Referenced by OBConversion::Convert().

OBConversion::OPAMapType & OptionParamArray ( Option_type  typ ) [static, protected]
int LoadFormatFiles (  ) [static, protected]
bool OpenAndSetFormat ( bool  SetFormat,
std::ifstream *  is,
std::stringstream *  ss = NULL 
) [protected]

Member Data Documentation

OBFormat* pDefaultFormat [static, protected]
int FormatFilesLoaded = 0 [static, protected]
std::streampos wInpos [protected]

position in the input stream of the object being written

Referenced by OBConversion::AddChemObject(), and OBConversion::OBConversion().

std::streampos rInpos [protected]

position in the input stream of the object being read

Referenced by OBConversion::AddChemObject(), OBConversion::Convert(), and OBConversion::OBConversion().

size_t wInlen [protected]

length in the input stream of the object being written

Referenced by OBConversion::AddChemObject(), OBConversion::Convert(), and OBConversion::OBConversion().

size_t rInlen [protected]

length in the input stream of the object being read

Referenced by OBConversion::AddChemObject(), and OBConversion::OBConversion().

std::vector<std::string> SupportedInputFormat [protected]

list of supported input format

std::vector<std::string> SupportedOutputFormat [protected]

list of supported output format


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