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

Kern, Lori Lor|@Shepherd @end|ng |rom Ro@we||P@rk@org
Mon Nov 16 16:11:44 CET 2020

There are a few issues.

I see the pushed changes but only on the master branch.  The email you received indicated it also was failing on the Release 3.12 (RELEASE_3_12) branch.

Please see the instructions for pushing to both release and devel branches of Bioconductor:


Secondly,  Bioconductor will only propagate packages that have a valid version bump.  When you pushed your changes to the master (devel 3.13) branch. It did not include a valid version bump.  you need to bump the version to 1.1.1  in devel  ...

Please note. When you push the changes to release, you need to follow the versioning described here. So the version bump on that branch would be 1.0.1.


Hope this helps

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] How to Push a Bug Fix Live - MSstatsTMTPTM


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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Subject: MSstatsTMTPTM problems reported in the Multiple platform build/check report for BioC 3.12

[This is an automatically generated email. Please don't reply.]

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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