Branden Timm wrote:
> Sorry to dig up this old thread, but how do you remove the check
> that prevents galaxy running on 2.7?  One of my developers just
> updated his workstation to Ubuntu 11.04 (Py 2.7) which is preventing
> him from running Galaxy.  I'm not sure whether it would be better to
> remove this check or to just install 2.6 alongside 2.7.

It's in galaxy-dist/scripts/check_python.py, and possibly other places.
The last I heard, it does not work on 2.7, but I haven't investigated it
myself.

--nate

> 
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> Branden Timm
> bt...@glbrc.wisc.edu
> 
> On 2/2/2011 12:07 PM, Peter Cock wrote:
> >On Wed, Feb 2, 2011 at 6:02 PM, John David Osborne<ozb...@uab.edu>  wrote:
> >>I have (or rather had) a functional galaxy installation on a CentOS box
> >>running python 2.4. I did an mecurial update for the first time and broke my
> >>installation. It looks like some eggs are getting out of date and when I run
> >>scramble.py I get an error (see below). I’m guessing this is because
> >>scramble expects python 2.5 or above for the import (import in 2.4 I don’t
> >>believe takes arguments).
> >Sounds like a bug.
> >
> >>My question is does galaxy really still support 2.4 and should I move to
> >>python 2.7 (the current stable version) because the wiki just mentions
> >>versions 2.4 to 2.6 as being supported.
> >There is currently a check to prevent Galaxy running on Python 2.7,
> >but if you remove that at the very least you'll see lots of deprecation
> >warnings. So we decided to go with Python 2.6 here. See also:
> >https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-central/issue/386/python-27-support
> >
> >I personally have no objection to Galaxy dropping support for
> >Python 2.4 (in a timely manor to give existing users time to plan),
> >it would give a bit more flexibility when writing tools for Galaxy.
> >
> >Peter
> >
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