[Bioc-devel] question about citation file
Samuel E Zimmerman
sezimmer at einstein.yu.edu
Tue Feb 2 16:37:20 CET 2016
That is exactly what I forgot to do. Thanks! One more question. Since I am doing a bug fix, I want to put the changes into my development version. If my devel version is 1.1.4 should my release version become 1.2.0?
Thank you very much for all your help.
From: Dan Tenenbaum [dtenenba at fredhutch.org]
Sent: Friday, January 29, 2016 3:40 PM
To: Samuel E Zimmerman
Subject: Re: [Bioc-devel] question about citation file
I think you forgot to 'svn add' the CITATION file.
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> From: "Samuel E Zimmerman" <sezimmer at einstein.yu.edu>
> To: "bioc-devel" <bioc-devel at r-project.org>
> Sent: Friday, January 29, 2016 6:34:49 AM
> Subject: [Bioc-devel] question about citation file
> Hi Everyone,
> I just uploaded a new version of my package "pathVar" to the development branch
> of bioconductor. The goal was to change the citation on the landing page of the
> package. Currently the citation looks like this:
> Mar J, torrente Ld and Zimmerman S (2015). pathVar: Methods to Find Pathways
> with Significantly Different Variability. R package version 1.1.0.
> However, I created a new CITATION file in the inst directory of my package.
> Below is the contents of the CITATION file
> year <- sub("-.*", "", meta$Date)
> note <- sprintf("R package version %s", meta$Version)
> bibentry(bibtype = "Manual",title="pathVar: Methods to Find Pathways with
> Significantly Different Variability", author = c(person("Laurence","de
> Torrente"),person("Samuel","Zimmerman"),person("Jessica","Mar")),year = year,
> note = note,
> textVersion = paste("de Torrente L, Zimmerman S, and Mar J (2015). pathVar:
> Methods to Find Pathways with Significantly Different Variability. R package
> version 1.1.2"))
> Does anyone know why this is being ignored?
> Also here is a link to the landing page of the devel version of the package:
> Thank you all very much for your help on this mailing list.
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