From the syntax I can see pbs-python still uses a Python 2 style
print, it will need updating for Python 3.
I suggest opening an issue on the repository, and seeing what the
author says. I would guess the Python 2 to 3 changes will be fairly
easy, but worry that there have been other changes to Galaxy in the
meantime which would be more trouble for this PBS extension as it does
not appear to have been updated for 6 years.
On Mon, Nov 9, 2020 at 5:34 AM Sandra Maksimovic
> Has anyone out there had any success installing the pbs_python module into a Python
3+ Galaxy installation? I run into the following issue when installing
as per the documentation.
> # python setup.py install
> File "setup.py", line 68
> print "Version: %s is not supported" %(PBS_VERSION)
> SyntaxError: invalid syntax
> I provide the PBS/Torque version via the PBS_PYTHON_INCLUDE_DIR environment variable
but it doesn't seem to detect the version properly.
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