[Bioc-devel] Custom build of packages
Leonardo Collado Torres
lcollado at jhu.edu
Fri Apr 22 15:16:27 CEST 2016
You could also run tests on Travis CI. That's what I do for my
packages. See https://travis-ci.org/lcolladotor/derfinder and
an example. If you want to use Travis, check the main docs
On Fri, Apr 22, 2016 at 7:59 AM, Steffen Neumann <sneumann at ipb-halle.de> wrote:
> On Fr, 2016-04-22 at 10:53 +0000, Morgan, Martin wrote:
>> All packages are built nightly, in both release and devel, and across
>> three architectures. The build system is more complicated than
>> building individual packages -- reverse dependencies need to be
>> built, too, and successful builds synchronized with public
>> repositories -- so the nightly builds will not change in the near
>> The problem is likely that your local configuration is using the
>> current version of R and Bioconductor, whereas as a developer you
>> should be using the version of R and Bioconductor used in the 'devel'
>> branch. The version of R in use on the build machines is given at the
>> top of the build page
> I too have wanted the different build environments
> as close to the "official" BioC machines as possible
> for debugging. Especially preconfigured VMs or docker images
> would be great.
> For the latter, you can use
> docker run -ti bioconductor/devel_base bash
> but I think even that is a slightly different setup
> compared to the official build animals.
> I wouldn't even mind if I have to pay amazon (or google or whoever)
> a few $$$ to fire-up a clone of the build machines,
> log in remotely, and have a clone of the official environment.
> Bonus points if that covered windows, mac and Linux alike.
> Just my 2c,
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