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protocols::protein_interface_design::movers::SaveAndRetrieveSidechains Class Reference

saves a pose and reapplies its sequence and rotamers at a later stage. The constructor saves the initial pose, and then any calls to apply replace the residues on the input pose with that saved pose. Notice, that only ALA positions will be replaced, so this is meant to work strictly along with BuildAlaPose moves. This way, if in the design process an interface residue is designed, that will not be reverted to w/t More...

#include <SaveAndRetrieveSidechains.hh>

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Public Types

typedef core::pose::Pose Pose
typedef core::pose::PoseOP PoseOP

Public Member Functions

 SaveAndRetrieveSidechains ()
 SaveAndRetrieveSidechains (core::pose::Pose const &pose, bool const allsc=false, bool const ensure_variant_matching=false, core::Size const jumpid=1)
virtual ~SaveAndRetrieveSidechains ()
bool allsc () const
void allsc (bool const allsc)
void apply (Pose &pose)
 a dummy apply so that instantiation of this baseclass would be possible.
virtual std::string get_name () const
 Each derived class must specify its name. The class name.
protocols::moves::MoverOP clone () const
 clone has to be overridden only if clone invocation is expected.
protocols::moves::MoverOP fresh_instance () const
 this is like clone(), except it generates a new mover object freshly created with the default ctor. This function _should_ be pure virtual but that would disrupt the code base; MAKE SURE YOU DEFINE IT if you want to have your mover be a protocol handed to the job distributor (august 08 vintage).
void parse_my_tag (utility::tag::TagPtr const tag, protocols::moves::DataMap &, protocols::filters::Filters_map const &, protocols::moves::Movers_map const &, core::pose::Pose const &)
 Called by MoverFactory when constructing new Movers. Takes care of the specific mover's parsing.

Detailed Description

saves a pose and reapplies its sequence and rotamers at a later stage. The constructor saves the initial pose, and then any calls to apply replace the residues on the input pose with that saved pose. Notice, that only ALA positions will be replaced, so this is meant to work strictly along with BuildAlaPose moves. This way, if in the design process an interface residue is designed, that will not be reverted to w/t


Member Typedef Documentation

Reimplemented from protocols::moves::Mover.


Constructor & Destructor Documentation

protocols::protein_interface_design::movers::SaveAndRetrieveSidechains::SaveAndRetrieveSidechains ( )

Referenced by clone().

protocols::protein_interface_design::movers::SaveAndRetrieveSidechains::SaveAndRetrieveSidechains ( core::pose::Pose const &  pose,
bool const  allsc = false,
bool const  ensure_variant_matching = false,
core::Size const  jumpid = 1 
)
protocols::protein_interface_design::movers::SaveAndRetrieveSidechains::~SaveAndRetrieveSidechains ( ) [virtual]

Member Function Documentation

bool protocols::protein_interface_design::movers::SaveAndRetrieveSidechains::allsc ( ) const [inline]
void protocols::protein_interface_design::movers::SaveAndRetrieveSidechains::allsc ( bool const  allsc) [inline]

References allsc().

Referenced by allsc().

void protocols::protein_interface_design::movers::SaveAndRetrieveSidechains::apply ( Pose ) [virtual]
protocols::moves::MoverOP protocols::protein_interface_design::movers::SaveAndRetrieveSidechains::clone ( ) const [virtual]

clone has to be overridden only if clone invocation is expected.

clone is meant to return an OP'ed deep copy of this object. This really should be a pure virtual in the base class, but adding pure virtuals to Mover would massively disrupt the code. This default implementation crashes at runtime instead of compiletime if you try to call it. If this code is causing you problems, your Mover needs to override this function.

Implements protocols::simple_moves::DesignRepackMover.

References SaveAndRetrieveSidechains().

protocols::moves::MoverOP protocols::protein_interface_design::movers::SaveAndRetrieveSidechains::fresh_instance ( ) const [inline, virtual]

this is like clone(), except it generates a new mover object freshly created with the default ctor. This function _should_ be pure virtual but that would disrupt the code base; MAKE SURE YOU DEFINE IT if you want to have your mover be a protocol handed to the job distributor (august 08 vintage).

fresh_instance is meant to return a new object of this class, created with the default constructor. This really should be a pure virtual in the base class, but adding pure virtuals to Mover would massively disrupt the code. This default implementation crashes at runtime instead of compiletime if you try to call it. If this code is causing you problems, your Mover needs to override this function. This is used by the August 08 job distributor.

Implements protocols::simple_moves::DesignRepackMover.

std::string protocols::protein_interface_design::movers::SaveAndRetrieveSidechains::get_name ( ) const [virtual]

Each derived class must specify its name. The class name.

Reimplemented from protocols::simple_moves::DesignRepackMover.

References protocols::protein_interface_design::movers::SaveAndRetrieveSidechainsCreator::mover_name().

void protocols::protein_interface_design::movers::SaveAndRetrieveSidechains::parse_my_tag ( utility::tag::TagPtr const  tag,
protocols::moves::DataMap data,
protocols::filters::Filters_map const &  filters,
protocols::moves::Movers_map const &  movers,
core::pose::Pose const &  pose 
) [virtual]

Called by MoverFactory when constructing new Movers. Takes care of the specific mover's parsing.

Some movers need not be parsed, so we shouldn't stop executions. This, however, calls attention to the lack of this method, which could be due to something as silly as a wrong parameters definition.

Reimplemented from protocols::simple_moves::DesignRepackMover.


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