Hi Daniel, I've been using python27 from CentOS Software Collections for quite some time. It's a bit annoying because you have to remember to load it, but it is surely doable.
On 21/03/16 17:46, D K wrote:
Hi Galaxy Devs,
This may be premature but I read that for Galaxy after 16.01 that the plan is for python 2.6 to no longer be supported. I'm currently running CentOS 6.6 which uses python 2.6. In order to be able to use newer versions of Galaxy is my only option to upgrade to a newer version of CentOS? Is it possible to use Conda, RedHat Software Collections or some other similar method instead of doing this upgrade?
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