The BiblioSpec source code is available as part of the ProteoWizard project on GitHub:
A Mascot Parser license should also be requested if you intend to parse Mascot .dat files; once you receive the download instructions:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Matrix Science\Mascot Parser(32-bit) or
C:\Program Files\Matrix Science\Mascot Parser(64-bit)
You will need Visual Studio 2013 to build.
trunk/pwizdirectory from the ProteoWizard git repository.
-j<number of threads to build with> --hash optimization=space address-model=<32|64> pwiz_tools/BiblioSpec > path-to-build-log-file. For example, a 64-bit Windows build using four threads may be done with the command "
quickbuild.bat -j4 --hash optimization=space address-model=64 pwiz_tools\BiblioSpec > build.log". Note that "
optimization=space" may be omitted for a debug build.
The resulting build will be located in the
64 bit Windows binaries (BlibBuild.exe, BlibFilter.exe and BlibToMs2.exe) are available from the ProteoWizard automated build and test system. (If you encounter a "Log in to TeamCity" page, just click the "log in as guest" link to proceed.)