Question: Galaxy Source Repository Change
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9.5 years ago by
Nate Coraor3.1k
United States
Nate Coraor3.1k wrote:
Hello, If you simply use the Galaxy Main or Test sites hosted at PSU, you can safely ignore this message. It pertains to people who've checked out their own copy of Galaxy for development or local use. Galaxy development has recently moved source control systems, from Subversion to Mercurial. This means that anyone using a local copy of Galaxy will need to make some changes to be able to download future updates. The preferred method of obtaining Galaxy source is through Mercurial directly (the 'hg' command): hg clone http://www.bx.psu.edu/hg/galaxy galaxy_dist Tarballs are also available via the zip/gz/bz2 links here: http://www.bx.psu.edu/hg And the repository is mirrored in Subversion here: svn co http://www.bx.psu.edu/svn/galaxy galaxy_dist Unfortunately, modifications to local copies of Galaxy will need to be transferred from your old checkout to the new checkout. Please let us know via <galaxy-bugs@bx.psu.edu> of any issues. Thanks, and thank you for using Galaxy. --nate
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ADD COMMENTlink modified 9.5 years ago by Assaf Gordon320 • written 9.5 years ago by Nate Coraor3.1k
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9.5 years ago by
Assaf Gordon320
United States
Assaf Gordon320 wrote:
Hello, What would be the recommended way of upgrading an existing local Galaxy copy to the latest version, without losing data ? My local copy is at SVN revision r2760 (just before the major DB changes that r2764 requires). Can I just perform "hg clone" in the existing Galaxy directory (after applying the DB changes of r2764) ? Or should I stick to svn with the new SVN repository ? (but will it pick up from my current revision) ? Thanks, Gordon.
ADD COMMENTlink written 9.5 years ago by Assaf Gordon320
ADD REPLYlink written 9.5 years ago by Paul Rigor (uci-ics)20
Hi Paul, The latest code is available via hg, svn, and tarball: http://g2.trac.bx.psu.edu/wiki/HowToInstall --nate
ADD REPLYlink written 9.5 years ago by Nate Coraor3.1k
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