On Feb 7, 2012, at 11:25 AM, Bram Slabbinck wrote:

> Hi
> 
> I am running into a problem with the scripts/set_metadata.py file since
> the last update of galaxy-dist. In this script the name of the universe
> file is hard-coded as 'universe_wsgi.ini', see line 44:
> 
> config_file_name = 'universe_wsgi.ini' # Safe assumption?
> 
> I renamed the universe file in our setting, due to different Galaxy
> installs. Running the set_metadata.py script crashes however with this
> coding as it is constantly trying to make a tmpfile in './database/tmp'
> which is the default tmp path in universe_wsgi.ini. Replacing
> 'universe_wsgi.ini' by the name of our universe file solved the problem.
> So, how can I dynamically retrieve the name of the launched universe file?

Hi Bram,

Thanks for finding this.  It's been fixed in changeset 6692:d0e5fa20e491.

--nate

> 
> Thx for any help
> regards
> Bram
> 
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