I know we are using Mercurial for Galaxy's own source code.
Is there a way for Galaxy to store and retrieve workflows from Mercurial?
On Aug 10, 2012, at 1:06 PM, Jennifer Jackson wrote:
> Hi Diana,
> Galaxy itself will run on any recent MAC with the basic requirements (python,
> mercurial, etc.). The standard set-up isn't computationally intensive at all.
> What makes a difference are the tools you intend to use, the size of the data
> (genomes, datasets, libraries), the volume of throughput, and processing
> speed expectations.
> This wiki has some general guidelines that can help you decide between how to
> use Galaxy (Main, Local, or Cloud) based on these and related factors:
> But what would be best, to address your specific question, is if you could
> provide more information about what you intend to do. Others on the mailing
> list would likely be able to comment about what type of set-up they are using
> successfully for similar work.
> Galaxy team
> On 8/10/12 8:53 AM, Diana Cox-Foster wrote:
>> I was wondering if anyone could comment on how memory/computational
>> intensive a local instal of Galaxy is? What type of computer (especially
>> Macs) is needed for a local install to run fairly well?
>> Thanks for any info--- Diana
>> Diana Cox-Foster, Professor
>> office: 536 ASI Bldg
>> 501 ASI Bldg
>> Department of Entomology
>> Penn State University
>> University Park, PA, USA 16802
>> email: dx...@psu.edu
>> office phone: 814-865-1022
>> dept. phone: 814-865-1895
> Jennifer Jackson
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