[Bioc-devel] Deleting netDx.examples package from BioC
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Sat Feb 22 13:49:00 CET 2020
We've removed netDx.examples from the build manifest and from our git repository; these changes will propagate through the system over the next couple of days. Thanks for pointing this out!
The builds are nightly, and summarized from this page http://bioconductor.org/checkResults/
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Note the 'snapshot' date (the time the nightly builds started) and the time the page was generated (after the completion of nightly builds of all packages). Any commit after the snapshot date won't be included in the build report.
Looks like there is a (obscure!) problem on the Linux builder -- parallel evaluation is often challenging to make robust, because the builder is heavily used, and a better strategy is usually to tackle more modest analyses in examples.
On 2/21/20, 2:43 PM, "Bioc-devel on behalf of Shraddha Pai" <bioc-devel-bounces using r-project.org on behalf of shraddhapai.neuro using gmail.com> wrote:
Hello BioC team,
My package netDx was recently accepted to BioC (yay!). Its original
companion package netDx.examples was, as well. However, the latter is now
outdated because I'm pulling the data for the examples directly from
How can I delete the netDx.examples package from BioConductor?
Separately, I am also refreshing my memory about how feedback from the
build process works after a package is submitted, so I may have questions
after reading the instructions...
Shraddha Pai, PhD
http://shraddhapai.com ; @spaiglass on Twitter
Post-doctoral Fellow, http://baderlab.org
The Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research
University of Toronto
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