It seems to be the case currently that there is no way to easily share visualization
plugins outside of using Docker, which is unfortunate. As an interim solution, would it
work to allow visualization code to be added to the Galaxy code base via PRs? Otherwise,
those that are not using Docker Galaxy flavors likey willl not locate the plugins that are
necessary for the tools that can currently be installed from the Tool Shed.
For example, all of these tools which are currently available in the Test Tool Shed and
soon will be available in the Main Tool Shed require a plugin:
On Nov 30, 2015, at 12:24 PM, Eric Rasche <esr(a)tamu.edu>
On 11/30/2015 10:06 AM, Björn Grüning wrote:
> Hi Greg,
> please have a look at:
> All these visualisations are self-contained. You can simply drag and
> drop them into the plugin folder and it will work. So no need for a PR.
Additionally I've opened an issue to track implementation of
visualization repos in the TS
> I also have a hack for you to integrate this into a Docker flavour if
> you want to. Just put your Visualisation into github somewhere.
>> Hello Galaxy-devs,
>> I’m preparing to contribute a Visualization plug-in to the Galaxy
>> code via a PR, and I’m hoping someone can privide the details for how
>> libraries are kept in ~/static/scripts. Should all of the 3rd party
>> libraries that are used by my plugin be added here as part of the
>> Thanks very much,
>> Greg Von Kuster
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