On Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 3:01 PM, Daniel Blankenberg <d...@bx.psu.edu> wrote:
> Hi Peter,
> Production servers, or any server where you have users, should always track
> Galaxy-dist.

Yes, that's very clear.

> Galaxy-central is a development repo (you get access to the "latest and
> greatest", but also should Expect more bugs to pop up at any given time),
> from the Galaxy-central header on bitbucket: "Main development repository
> for Galaxy. Active development happens here, and this repository is thus
> intended for those working on Galaxy development. See
> http://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-dist/ for a more stable repository
> intended for end-users."
> Its really a personal choice that each (tool) developer will have to make
> based upon whether they consider themselves to be a pure end-user (just
> adding tools or running a Galaxy server) who only wants to work on a
> "stable" branch; or if they want to contribute to Core development or gain
> early access to development features (and bugs).  I would say that finalized
> tools and e.g. tools submitted to the tool shed should be vetted against
> galaxy-dist.

OK, that's basically how I've been working - quite often during tool development
I've hit bugs in Galaxy and wanted to make branches with fixes etc, or needed
new functionality for a tool that isn't yet in galaxy-dist.

Peter

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