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Change Logs

* Thu Apr 22 2021 Ferdinand Thiessen <>
- Fixed SPEC file: Replaced broken URL
* Mon Sep 14 2020 Christophe Giboudeaux <>
- Update to 1.3.0:
  * Fixed an issue causing bowtie to report incorrect results
    when using a Bowtie 2 index.
  * New, more efficient implementation of --reorder for
    keeping SAM output lines in same order as input reads
  * Added -x parameter for specifying index. bowtie still
    supports specifying an index via positional parameter,
    but this behavior will be deprecated.
  * Migrated python scripts to python3.
  * Fully removed colorspace functionality.
  * Added support for compiling on ARM architectures.
  * Fixed an issue preventing bowtie from outputting newlines
    in --max and --un output files.
  * Fixed an issue causing alignment results to vary based
    on read names.
  * Fixed an issue preventing --no-unal from suppressing
    unmapped reads.
  * Removed dependence on some third-party libraries,
    simplifying the code and improving portability.
  * Fix an issue preventing bowtie from running with
    many threads on big-endian machines.
- Spec cleanup
- Enable aarch64 and disable ppc* and s390x.
Version: 1.2.3-bp152.2.6
* Tue May 12 2020 Guillaume GARDET <>
- aarch64 is not yet supported on Bowtie1. See:
* Thu Nov 07 2019 Atri Bhattacharya <>
- Update to version 1.2.3:
  * Added support for reading and inspecting Bowtie 2 indexes.
    Bowtie 2 indexes can now be used with either Bowtie or Bowtie
  * Added support for building an index from a gzipped-compressed
  * Fixed issue preventing bowtie from reporting repeated
    alignments when -M is specified.
  * Fixed issue with -F mode omitting final base of each read.
  * Fixed clipping of first letter of first read in batches after
  * Fixed an issue preventing bowtie wrapper script from finding
- New BuildRequires: tbb-devel.
- Fix env based hashbangs.
- Use %%license to install LICENSE.
- Only build on 64-bit, building on 32-bit is no longer supported.
* Thu May 05 2016
- Initial release