[Bioc-devel] Bad version number have been corrected for the following packages

Turaga, Nitesh Nite@h@Tur@g@ @ending from Ro@wellP@rk@org
Mon Oct 1 17:05:44 CEST 2018

Adding package “HiCDataHumanIMR90” to this list.

Maintainer please be aware. 

> On Sep 27, 2018, at 12:50 PM, Turaga, Nitesh <Nitesh.Turaga using RoswellPark.org> wrote:
> Hi Maintainers, 
> The packages mentioned below have malformed version number which is being updated by me to 1.1.0 in this development cycle. This is because the ‘y' should usually be in the range 0-99, in the version format ‘x.y.z’. Please only update the ‘z’ when you make a change. During the release, the core team will update your version for the next release.
> The documentation for version numbering is given at this link https://bioconductor.org/developers/how-to/version-numbering/. 
> Also, keep in mind that you have to sync your package on Github if you are maintaining it there as well, with the latest version number. The documentation for how to sync is given at this link http://bioconductor.org/developers/how-to/git/sync-existing-repositories/.
> CRCL18
> GSBenchMark
> HSMMSingleCell
> KEGGandMetacoreDzPathwaysGEO
> MUGAExampleData
> NGScopyData
> RRBSdata
> RUVnormalizeData
> TCGAcrcmiRNA
> airway
> blimaTestingData
> codetoolsBioC
> facopy.annot
> fission
> h5vcData (v2.1.0 in this case)
> msd16s
> pepDat
> rRDPData
> shinyMethylData
> zebrafishRNASeq
> If you have any questions, please respond to this thread.
> Best regards,
> Nitesh

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