The only time I've seen this is when switching from (for example) tip of
the 'dev' brach of Galaxy over to 16.01, 15.10, or some other stable
Basically, sqlalchemy_migrate sees the 0130_change_pref_datatype.pyc (or
some other one) and thinks a version should exist.
The easiest fix for this is something like: `find . -name "*.pyc"
-delete`, executed from your galaxy root directory.
On Thu, Feb 25, 2016 at 3:50 PM, William Ge <wge(a)centrilliontech.com> wrote:
I am new to Galaxy. The following error was encountered when I tried to
run Galaxy after getting PostgreSQL up:
line 204, in script
"There is no script for %d version" % self.version
AssertionError: There is no script for 130 version
I searched the lists and forums, but have not found any message. Anyone
can give some hits?
I’m running this on CentOS 6.7, virtual environment, python2.6, PostgresQL
Thanks in advance!
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