[Bioc-devel] help: Adding a new branch with latest R version to package repository

Shepherd, Lori Lor|@Shepherd @end|ng |rom Ro@we||P@rk@org
Tue Mar 3 13:07:55 CET 2020

 Additional branches are not allowed on our git.bioconductor.org  version (only master and the next RELEASE_X_Y)  and you will not be able to push up to Bioconductor upstream.  You can however add any additional branches you would like to your github repository.


Lori Shepherd

Bioconductor Core Team

Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center

Department of Biostatistics & Bioinformatics

Elm & Carlton Streets

Buffalo, New York 14263

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Subject: [Bioc-devel] help: Adding a new branch with latest R version to package repository


We try to publish a paper that based on ceRNAnetsim
(i am also developer of it) in development version of Bioconductor. But
actually reviewers want to test our result via this package. Unfortunately,
they could't because of version inconsistency between package and latest R

Is it possible adding new branch to github repository for testing our
results via package? I mean, If we add a new branch to repository that
depends latest R version (3.6.2), will it cause a problem for Bioconductor



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