[Bioc-devel] How to Push a Bug Fix Live - MSstatsTMTPTM

Devon Kohler koh|er@d @end|ng |rom northe@@tern@edu
Mon Nov 16 15:59:49 CET 2020


My package had a build error when it moved from development to live version of Bioconductor. I identified the issue and pushed a fix to the Bioconductor github repo. This fix went through on the development version and seemed to work but it has not been pushed live. Is there a way I can push this fix live so that the build error is removed? I've attached the error email I keep getting below.

Devon Kohler

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Sent: Friday, November 13, 2020 1:00 PM
To: Devon Kohler <kohler.d using northeastern.edu>
Subject: MSstatsTMTPTM problems reported in the Multiple platform build/check report for BioC 3.12

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Hi MSstatsTMTPTM maintainer,

According to the Multiple platform build/check report for BioC 3.12,
the MSstatsTMTPTM package has the following problem(s):

  o ERROR for 'R CMD build' on malbec1. See the details here:

Please take the time to address this by committing and pushing
changes to your package at git.bioconductor.org


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