Dear Peter, I am sorry I do not know the version of my galaxy by using hg. I directly downloaded the zip file from the address: http://dist.g2.bx.psu.edu/galaxy-dist.tip.zip The zipped files are compressed on 2011-06-29. Is this version too old? Thank you for your help.
Best Regards, HU Yingwei 2012/2/25 Peter Cock <p.j.a.c...@googlemail.com> > > > On Saturday, February 25, 2012, Yingwei HU wrote: > >> Dear Peter, >> >> Thank you for your response. >> Yes. it is a custom binary file type. I attached the sample binary files. >> humanK562C_d2.splib is the original one. >> temp.splib is the uploaded and corrupted one. >> For definition in Galaxy, I just simply inherit the binary.Binary. >> The definition is below: >> In Python script: >> class Splib( binary.Binary ): >> """ Class describing a spectral library (splib)""" >> file_ext = "splib" >> I did not add the sniffer but specify the file format manually in the >> page of "get data". >> > > Which version of Galaxy (hg revision) are you using? > I'd have to go back over the email archive but I think > were some changes made to help user defined > formats. > > Peter > > >
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