One idea is to use the hg repository instead of the svn repository
(now just a mirror of svn). Because hg is decentralized, it is much
easier to maintain your own local repository. You can version control
your local modifications, and occasionally pull changes from galaxy-
On Feb 16, 2009, at 11:52 AM, Ayton Meintjes wrote:
I'd be interested to hear comments/advice on how to best deploy
Galaxy locally with the following requirements:
1) Need to keep it in sync with central source repository. Or are
there "stable releases" I should be using? I'm just updating from
the svn tree.
2) Need to add own tools, data formats, tests etc. I have currently
created my own repository which mirrors the galaxy structure. I then
link to these files from the Galaxy folders. Tedious.
Even just descriptions of your own setups (and problems) would help.
thanks in advance!
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