[Bioc-devel] development vs release version
stvjc at channing.harvard.edu
Sun Mar 22 19:42:52 CET 2015
On Sun, Mar 22, 2015 at 2:27 PM, Eric Frichot <eric.frichot at gmail.com>
> Ok. Thanks for your help. It worked with the r-devel
> I assume that my package will be available with the current version of R
> after the next bioconductor release ?
The next Bioconductor release will follow on the transition of
the 3.2.x series.
> If I add a new version for my package, after the release, people will also
> have to install the r-devel to access this new version ?
The current R-devel, 3.2.x, will be the released version in a couple of
weeks. That is
what folks will have to use to get your package in the release version.
R-devel later on can get the devel version of your package as it evolves.
Some relevant concepts are at
but ... there is likely a more transparent discussion of the release/devel
somewhere that I am not finding currently. If questions remain please let
> Eric Frichot
> On Sun, Mar 22, 2015 at 7:01 PM Vincent Carey <stvjc at channing.harvard.edu>
>> The message means that you should use R-devel to get your package.
>> R 3.1.3 is currently regarded as R-patched.
>> On Sun, Mar 22, 2015 at 1:44 PM, Eric Frichot <eric.frichot at gmail.com>
>>> Hi everyone,
>>> I am new in the bioconductor community. I just finished the bioconductor
>>> review of my package called LEA. By the way, all your feedbacks are more
>>> than welcome about it.
>>> I am not sure to understand how the release of a new version works in
>>> bioconductor. I have few questions you may help me with.
>>> I just downloaded my package through bioconductor. So, it is under
>>> development. I tried to install my package using biocLite function. I got
>>> the error message
>>> package ‘LEA’ is not available (for R version 3.1.3)
>>> Does it mean that I have to wait the next bioconductor release ?
>>> If it is the case, imagine that I add new features for my package, do I
>>> have to wait the next release (every 6 month) for these features to be
>>> available ?
>>> Thanks a lot for your help,
>>> Eric Frichot
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