[Bioc-devel] python or python3 support in Linux
Jenn||er@Wok@ty @end|ng |rom @ph@cuny@edu
Thu Sep 30 17:19:45 CEST 2021
The builders all have Python installed, but how you access it depends on the OS: for Mac and Linux, use `python3` and for Windows, use `python`. The issue we see in Rbowtie2's build error is related to the lines
432 invisible(.callbinary(lang = "python",
433 bin1 = "bowtie2-build",
434 args1 = paste(argvs,collapse = " ")))
505 .callbinary(lang = "python", bin1 = "bowtie2-build", args1 = "-h")
You should check for the the OS to determine how you should call Python, for example using `.Platform$OS.type`. The reason it isn't also failing on Mac is that `python` exists, but it's Python 2, which we no longer support and will likely be removed in the future.
Jennifer Wokaty (they/them)
Bioconductor Core Team
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I have tested python (Rbowtie2 version 1.15.3) and python3 (Rbowtie2 version 1.15.4). Both of the building results are the same:
The python or python3 can not be found in Linux Server. Both versions of python works in Windows and Mac.
Could anyone check the Linux server?
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