Thanks Vipin. I think I understand enough for now!
On Nov 28, 2011, at 3:51 PM, Vipin TS wrote:
> Hi Kipper,
> Sorry I got confused, Yes you are right, both ways are fine I think.
> Thanks for quick reply. Pardon my asking, as I said I am new to Galaxy
> development, but if I wanted to share my module, would other users need to
> install Shogun separately, or could I include it as a dependency or 'egg'?
> On Nov 28, 2011, at 2:28 PM, Vipin TS <vipin...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Dear Kipper,
>> We are running most of our tools with the help of Shogun toolbox. Just
>> configure a recent version of Shogun toolbox to your local machine and add
>> the python path to your program. By doing this you will be able to call
>> shogun functionalities in your programs. (Depends on the configuring path
>> you will be able to find the shared object file and main library files)
>> Recent version of shogun can be find at
>> Friedrich Miescher Laboratory
>> of the Max Planck Society
>> Spemannstrasse 39, 72076
>> Tuebingen, Germany
>> Dear List,
>> I am new to developing for Galaxy and haven't found a good answer to this
>> question yet. Does Galaxy Test Toolshed use or recognize Shogun Toolbox
>> (http://www.shogun-toolbox.org/)? I'm considering writing a module for
>> Galaxy, but the underlying Python code relies on Shogun, and I haven't seen
>> a suppported 3rd party software list, so I can't tell if Galaxy would be
>> able to run the module without my rewriting it not to depend on Shogun.
>> Thank you,
>> Kipper Fletez-Brant
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