[Bioc-devel] Proposing patch to Bioconductor package
murdoch@dunc@n @end|ng |rom gm@||@com
Sat Jan 14 20:24:52 CET 2023
On 14/01/2023 10:41 a.m., Duncan Murdoch wrote:
> On 14/01/2023 9:50 a.m., Vincent Carey wrote:
>> Thanks for checking in Duncan. I don't believe we have a guideline on this.
>> We have code.bioconductor.org <http://code.bioconductor.org> that
>> facilitates search of the entire codebase. If
>> you provide a list of the functions that should not be used, I will see
>> about making
>> a focused message to the developers who need to change their code.
> Thanks Vince.
> I have sent individual email messages to the BioC packages that look
> problematic: BioNet, destiny, MAIT, SpacePAC, triplex, and xcms, so I
> don't think you need to do so. But I may have missed some.
> The list of functions to be deprecated is fairly long. It's in the
> first news item here:
> This isn't released yet; I'll probably be sending it to CRAN in a week
> or two.
> I'll email all reverse dependency maintainers, whether I have spotted
> issues or not, to warn them to watch out.
I think I probably won't do that. There are too many of them. I was
expecting a lot of repetition, but in fact most maintainers of rgl
reverse dependency packages only maintain one.
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