We have released PeakTrace 6.20 for x86_64 Redhat/CentOS 6.7. This update incorporates a number of new switch that make it easier to upgrade from earlier PeakTrace 5. The major new feature is the PCR trim setting can be adjusted beyond base 500. This can aid in processing sequencing traces from larger PCR fragments. The full list of changes include:
- New Feature. User settable PCR trim base.
- New Feature. Command line option -qr to report the QualTrace III license information.
- New Feature. Command line option -lc to report the PeakTrace license code.
- New Feature. Command line option -bd to report the PeakTrace build date.
- Upgrade of Codemeter Runtime minimum requirement to 6.10.
- All N bases now have a quality score of 2 rather than 0.
- Sporadic traces with all N bases should no longer be generated (bug fix).
- Other bug fixes and internal enhancements.