This particular issue didn't involve a correction to any code, just to
the processing (our mistake). However, we do frequently make changes to
code, mostly as general improvements but also in response to bugs found.
These are available in the galaxy-central repository immediately, go to
the public server at the next update (timing can vary), and can be
tracked in the changelog at bitbucket here:
Hopefully this helps!
On 3/12/12 9:50 AM, Oleksandr Moskalenko wrote:
On Mar 10, 2012, at 12:14 AM, Jennifer Jackson wrote:
Yes, this was noticed but it took a few days to track down and correct the
problem. As of this afternoon, the genome builds list was restored to the
original content plus a few new additions.
If you notice any genome missing that was previously present, we would
definitely like to know.
Very sorry for the inconvenience!
I keep wondering from time to time how wonderful it would be to have the Public
Galaxy changelog somewhere people like myself who are running local Galaxy
instances could reach to avoid re-inventing the bicycle and spending time
figuring out the same problems the illustrious Galaxy team already successfully
solved. Has anything like that been ever discussed?
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