[Bioc-devel] Github repo with multiple BioC packages
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Thu Jun 13 23:04:28 CEST 2019
Hi Nitesh, Thank you - the second link describes our setup accurately.
I'll follow those instructions.
On Thu, Jun 13, 2019 at 3:12 PM Turaga, Nitesh <
Nitesh.Turaga using roswellpark.org> wrote:
> Hi Shraddha,
> The packages need to be in two separate GitHub repos.
> There is a way to submit the data package and the software package
> together. The data package can become an experiment hub package if you
> > On Jun 13, 2019, at 2:45 PM, Shraddha Pai <shraddhapai.neuro using gmail.com>
> > Hello BioC devel community,
> > I am preparing two packages I would like to submit to BioC: one is a
> > software package (34Mb), and the other is a companion package with data
> > required to run vignettes in the former (106Mb).
> > Both are currently in a single github repo, with the following directory
> > structure:
> > <MasterRepo>
> > - <software R package>/
> > - R/ man/ DESCRIPTION NAMESPACE, etc
> > - <data R package> /
> > - data/ inst/ NAMESPACE DESCRIPTION
> > Is there a way to link the same github repo (here, "MasterRepo") to two
> > different BioC packages? Or do we need to move each package into its own
> > repo?
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Shraddha
> > ----
> > Shraddha Pai
> > Post-doctoral Fellow, http://baderlab.org
> > The Donnelly Center, University of Toronto
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