Hi Shaun,

Thanks very much for the details - they have helped me discover a weakness 
which I've fixed.  if the browser page is opened to the "Manage repository" 
page in the tool shed when the repository is cloned for the first time, the 
repository name could be changed after the clone.  This has been fixed in 
change set 7441:513a95abb738.

However, your step 4 (return to toolshed, find repository) implies that this is 
not what you were doing.  Can you update to the tip from Galaxy central and see 
if my latest fix still allows you to change the repository name after it has 
been cloned in your environment?  If so, I'll need to figure out what you are 
doing differently that is still allowing for this.

Also, what database are you using?  I found some issues with sqlite that I've 
fixed that would not eve have allowed for the repository to be cloned in the 
first place.

Thanks again!


On Aug 1, 2012, at 7:03 AM, SHAUN WEBB wrote:

> Quoting Greg Von Kuster <g...@bx.psu.edu> on Wed, 1 Aug 2012 06:23:11 -0400:
>> I cannot reproduce this behavior, so can you let me know the steps you use 
>> to do so?  I need the page on which you are able to change the name of the 
>> tool shed repository in the tool shed after it has been cloned. 
> 1. Create new repository in local toolshed and fill in name, synopsis, 
> description and category
> 2. Upload a .pl script file then upload a .xml wrapper file
> 3. Go to my local Galaxy and install repository via admin panel
> 4. Return to toolshed, find repository and name etc are still editable
> Screen shot attached. I noticed that "times downloaded" is still 0 after 
> installing the repository. I have cloned the repository using hg on command 
> line and this is still not updated. I'm guessing this is the problem.

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