I presume this is related to the tool described here (
I think there is general interest
in the creation of a tool like this - see the recent email from Miu ki Yip.
If you could share the code and XML (e.g. via GitHub) perhaps we could
assist with what you are trying to write.
On 30 June 2016 at 19:01, Peter Cock <p.j.a.cock(a)googlemail.com> wrote:
Maybe sharing your tool XML file would be best - is it on GitHub?
On Wed, Jun 29, 2016 at 7:43 PM, Katherine Beaulieu
> Ok, so I don't give the user the option to select the correct data type
> reduce the amount of stuff the user has to know when using the tool.
> I do leave the format as auto and Galaxy just leaves it as the generic
> type 'data'.
> As for how the format is defined in Galaxy, I'm not quite sure what the
> answer to this question is because I am just testing the tool with really
> simple text files, with extension .txt. and it can't seem to pick it up,
> just leaves it as 'data'. Also not quite sure how to test the Python
> the sniff function outside of Galaxy... (only starting working with
> weeks ago).
> Let me know if I should provide you with the tool config file if that
> be a little more useful. It's quite straightforward
> Thanks for helping with this.
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