Thanks for giving this a try. The set of instructions to get this up and
running are here:
If the `Next Gen sequence` menu is missing, the most likely cause is
that you don't have `use_nglims=True` set in your `universe_wsgi.ini`
Hope this helps get it running,
Thanks for the email reply. As you suggested, I installed a second instance of galaxy (ie
galaxy-central from your branch). I was able to follow all what you wrote. However, when I
tried to launch the galaxy, the 'next gen sequence' menu wasn't there under
the Lab tab. I watch the video you posted at the youtube, but still couldn't find it.
Do you know what I miss here? Thanks.
From: Brad Chapman [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: September-18-13 8:44 PM
To: Peter Huang; galaxy-user(a)lists.bx.psu.edu
Subject: RE: [galaxy-user] add nglims to galaxy-dist
> Thanks for the kind reply. So does it mean that I won't be able to add
> it to our existing galaxy-dist production server as the only way to
> obtain it is to clone the one you listed? Thanks.
Unfortunately it's not that easy to graft into place on top of the existing Galaxy.
It requires a database table addition and other tweaks so it would be a bit tricky to
Additionally, my suggestion would be to first try it out on a separate instance before
thinking about integrating with your production Galaxy.
It does take a bit of tweaking and it would be good to see if it fit your needs before
investing time in it.
Sorry the process isn't easier and hope this helps, Brad
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Brad Chapman [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: September-17-13 9:47 PM
> To: Peter Huang; galaxy-user(a)lists.bx.psu.edu
> Subject: Re: [galaxy-user] add nglims to galaxy-dist
> I maintain nglims as a fork of galaxy-central, syncing back to the main repository
> This was an easier approach than trying to keep a set of patches up to
> date. Hope this helps, Brad
>> Hi Brad,
>> I am curious if you could tell me the way that I could add your
>> nglims to my galaxy-dist production system. I have read your step by
>> step procedure here:
>> but it didn't mention how to add it to the galaxy-dist. Do you have a
>> patch name for it? Should I use hg pull or hg patch? Thanks
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