Sorry to be a pest. One other question before I attempt any PR. The python-irodsclient
is not itself a bioinformatics tool - it’s a wrapper for communicating with iRODS - a data
management system and its dependency, pretty tables, I would surmise, is just a utility.
After reading the bioconda policy, I am wondering whether these items belong in the
bioconda channel. If not, is there a more appropriate channel?
On Jan 24, 2017, at 3:09 PM,
This depends on how many others are submitting a package. Sorry it takes a while.
On Jan 24, 2017 8:40 PM, "Lawrence, Cris W"
OK….I am following the recipe submission process, but building in travis-ci is taking
longer than I would have expected. I am over 10 minutes now. Can you give me some idea
of how long a travis-ci build should take?
On Jan 24, 2017, at 1:05 PM, Björn Grüning
submit what ever you have to bioconda and we will review and merge it.
It will end up in anaconda.org<http://anaconda.org/>
If you don't want to use bioconda. You need an anaconda account and then
use `anaconda login`. But be aware that you need to configure Galaxy to
use your package ... bioconda if pre-configured.
Hope that helps,
Am 24.01.2017 um 18:52 schrieb Lawrence, Cris W:
Thanks for the tip. I tried to do a conda build python-irodsclient
BUILD START: python-irodsclient-0.5.0rc1-py27_0
updating index in: //anaconda/conda-bld/osx-64
updating index in: //anaconda/conda-bld/noarch
Can't build /Users/crisl-adm/Tools/python-irodsclient due to
Package missing in current osx-64 channels:
- prettytable >=0.7.2
So I tried creating a conda package for prettytable.
It looked to build OK….but I guess I need to upload it to anaconda
before I can build python-irodsclient. I am an anaconda noob as well.
Looks like I need a login. Where do I acquire a login?
On Jan 24, 2017, at 11:17 AM, Björn Grüning
I guess the easiest and recommended way is to use conda.
We can help you to create a conda package for irodclient if you like.
To get you started see here:
Am 24.01.2017 um 17:02 schrieb Lawrence, Cris W:
I am a Galaxy noob trying to write a Galaxy tool that needs to employ
the python-irodsclient module. I can install it on my laptop via
pip. But I am trying to make it available to Galaxy via planemo.
Apparently, this module is not available in the conda channels. How
else can I satisfy my dependency? Thanks for any and all help.
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