The files associated with each .sample file (universe_wsgi.ini is associated
with universe_wsgi.ini.sample, datatypes_conf.xml is associated with
datatypes_conf.xml.sample, etc) are your local versions of each of these files,
allowing you to set configuration values according to your own environment.
When you notice certain changes to a .sample file in an incoming change set,
you should determine if it is a change that should be made in your local
version of the file. If so, you need to make the change manually. This
process is not automatic, but using this approach enables you to have complete
control over your own environment. Some changes in the .sample file may not
make sense to change in your own environment.
Greg Von Kuster
On Mar 22, 2012, at 6:39 AM, Praveen Raj Somarajan wrote:
> Hello Dev team,
> I normally use "hg incoming" to check for any updates and "hg pull -u" to
> install new updates if available. I noticed that there are files created with
> ".sample" extension after the update (for all config files) - eg
> "universe_wsgi.ini.sample" is modified with new updates, but
> "universe_wsgi.ini" remain unchanged. The recent update has
> "sanitize_all_html" option integrated, but it added in the "ini.sample" file,
> not in the original .ini file.
> I'm quite confused, how does Galaxy pick up this option from .sample? Do I
> rename .sample to orginal .ini file name to reflect the updates? This is
> quite difficult as I have made serveral mysql/port/user_dir settings in .ini.
> Any suggestions would be helpful
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