On 10/14/2016 05:52 PM, Martin Morgan wrote:
On 10/14/2016 05:09 PM, Tyler Smith wrote:

My flowPloidy package has been accepted into the devel branch, and I've
now received a warning about a build failure:


The error indicates that the flowPloidy vignette failed to compile,
because the flowPloidyData package (submitted together with flowPloidy,
and added to BC devel at the same time) doesn't yet exist.

I assume this is a timing issue that will resolve itself once both
packages are properly installed in the SVN repository. Please let me
know if I need to do anything to correct it.

yes, the ExperimentData packages are built a couple of times a week, so
flowPloidyData wouldn't have been available for last night's build. It
should be available for tomorrow's build.

actually the ExperimentData packages are built nightly now, but still the flowPloidyData pacakge wasn't built for the first time until today, so wasn't available for flowPloidy during the last build run. flowPloidyData built successfully last night


so should be available for the software builds that will be reported tomorrow (all being well; look for the 'page was generated' day of Sat, 15 Oct tomorrow afternoon).



Probably related, I'm still unable to complete the `git svn rebase` step
to upload changes to the BC repository - I get the following error:

    Unable to determine upstream SVN information from working tree

Again, I'm assuming this is a transient issue that will get sorted out
as the repositories are updated over the next few days. If I've broken
something that I need to fix, please let me know!

No, this is some git / svn interaction that you'll have to fix.
unfortunately I'm not enough of a git expert to know how to help; it is
always possible and often more straight forward to use svn directly.




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