[Bioc-devel] github bridge to bioconductor

Turaga, Nitesh Nite@h@Tur@g@ @ending from Ro@wellP@rk@org
Wed Jan 2 16:55:50 CET 2019

There is no bridge between GitHub and Bioconductor’s private git server. 

You have to push separately to the Bioconductor’s git server. Based on your setup, you have to do,

	git push upstream master 

which, pushes to git using git.bioconductor.org:packages/rgsepd.

Please let me know if you have done this. 

Once you have done this, check https://bioconductor.org/developers/gitlog/ to see if you commit is available on that list.



> On Jan 2, 2019, at 10:49 AM, Karl Stamm <karl.stamm using gmail.com> wrote:
> I think there's a disconnect between the github and the bioconductor build
> server. I cannot seem to get any updates to go into the Bioc devel
> packages.
> I have added a few things to v1.15.x and the Bioc website still lists me as
> 1.15.0.
> I have the workstation set up as such
> git remote -v
> origin git using github.com:kstammits/rgsepd.git (fetch)
> origin git using github.com:kstammits/rgsepd.git (push)
> upstream git using git.bioconductor.org:packages/rgsepd (fetch)
> upstream git using git.bioconductor.org:packages/rgsepd (push)
> and it claims 'everything is up to date' when I try to push. Github shows
> my changes, but they arent going into Bioc.  How can I get the two
> connected?
> Thanks.
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