Thank you for getting back to me. 

I am developer at Loraine Lab and I am working on IGB (i.e Integrated Genome 
Browser). We would like to integrate IGB with Galaxy. 

So as per instruction of James,  I have cloned copy of galaxy-central to make 
changes. I will then commit those changes in. 

I require to change a file name datatypes_conf.xml but that file is not present 
there. So should I make my changes in datatypes_conf.xml.sample?

I am attaching copy of James email for reference.


> Hi Ann, we'd be happy to integrate support for IGB. The normal way we do this 
> is through a pull request on bitbucket. You basically make a clone of our 
> development repository (galaxy-central) commit all the necessary changes, and 
> we can pull it in. This retains commit history (including attributing the 
> author of the code correctly in the history).
> I've copied Jeremy, who would probably be the person to handle the pull. Let 
> us know if this all makes sense and seems like a way forward. Thanks!
> -- jt
> James Taylor, Assistant Professor, Biology / Computer Science, Emory 
> University

On Thursday, April 19, 2012 at 3:28 PM, Jeremy Goecks wrote:

> Hiral,
> I've cc'd the Galaxy development mailing list, which includes folks with 
> experience in all areas of Galaxy. Can you be clear about what you're trying 
> to do and what approach you're taking? Once it's clear what the issue is, 
> someone can chime in with suggestions.
> Best,
> J.
> On Apr 19, 2012, at 12:44 PM, Hiral Vora wrote:
> > Hi Jeremy,
> > 
> > I have a question regarding committing my changes. 
> > I need to make changes to datatypes_conf.xml. But I see that repository 
> > does not have that file. So should I commit my changes to 
> > datatypes_conf.xml.sample instead?
> > 
> > Thanks,
> > Hiral
> > 

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