Specifies whether to run the "Check Database" option when opening new
-check forces this to always be done and
forces it to never be done. By default Check Database is always performed when
opening databases in read-write mode and never performed when opening in
Specifies the maximum number of readings plus contigs. This value is not
automatically adjusted whilst the program is running, but is not allowed to be
set to a value too small for the database to be opened. It controls the size
of some areas of memory (approximately
16*maxdb bytes) used during
execution of gap. The default value is
Specifies the maximum number of characters used in the concatenated consensus
sequences. This parameter is generally not required as the value is normally
computed and adjusted automatically. However a few functions (such as
assembly) still need to know a maximum size before hand. The default is
Opens the database (if specified on the command line) in read only mode. This
does not apply to databases opened using the file browser.
Does not search for and execute any Notes of type
This may be an important security measure if you are using foreign databases.
Does not make use of the
RAWD note type for specifying the trace file
Treat this as the last command line option. Only useful if the database name
is specified and the name starts with a minus character (not
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