[Bioc-devel] Deleting netDx.examples package from BioC
@hr@ddh@p@|@neuro @end|ng |rom gm@||@com
Mon Feb 24 15:30:51 CET 2020
Great, thank you. I will set the number of cores to one for the examples
(must have had something running in parallel).
I was unable to find the BioC github repo for netDx in the devel branch -
what is the URL for that? It would help me ascertain if my push indeed
synchronized with BioC github repo.
Also is there another build process I could use to get quicker feedback on
issues, so I can resolve them sooner? If I understand correctly, waiting
for the nightly build means having the turnaround time of a day to know
whether or not a fix worked.
On Sat, Feb 22, 2020 at 7:49 AM Martin Morgan <mtmorgan.bioc using gmail.com>
> 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
> This is the report for your package
> 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>
> 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
> outdated because I'm pulling the data for the examples directly from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
> after reading the instructions...
> Thank you,
> 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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Post-doctoral Fellow, http://baderlab.org
The Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research
University of Toronto
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