Something is automatically re-fetching the Python 2.6 eggs? Is the
Galaxy server itself using 2.6 perhaps?
On Fri, Feb 28, 2014 at 3:42 AM, Joseph Ward <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I've got a strange problem with python paths/eggs. When I run any tool that
> produces html/text output I get the error:
> WARNING:galaxy.eggs:Warning: MarkupSafe (a dependent egg of Mako) cannot be
> So if I close galaxy, delete the eggs folder, run fetch_eggs.py (on the
> cluster, sourcing the same files as galaxy does so the python path should be
> identical) it gathers all the eggs it needs for python 2.7.
> Running a job then ends with the proper results, no errors, but not with
> python 2.6 eggs present in the eggs folder alongside the 2.7 eggs.
> Re-running the same job, or running any other that produces html output, not
> throws up the error mentioned above.
> I can't see anywhere where I've missed a python path or anywhere where
> python 2.6 is mentioned.
> Any idea what I'm missing here?
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