Hello Kevin,

On Sep 14, 2012, at 3:48 AM, kevyin wrote:

> Hi,
> I have a tool on the main galaxy toolshed called fastq_groomer_parallel.
> During an update, with a new tar.gz upload I accidentally included in an 
> unrelated big folder of stuff under the folder build/
> 
> The upload failed (with no helpful error message, only to turn on debug mode)
> I went and browsed the files via the web interface and the folder is there, 
> but when I tried to delete it it says "No changes to repository. "
> Everything is normal, ie I can install this from a galaxy instance and the 
> build/ folder is not there.
> when I hg pull and push etc the folder is not there. 

I'm not sure how you were seeing anything related to a large folder named 
"build".  Looking at you change log, I see the following changeset revisions, 
none of which include this folder.

Description: First upload 0.3.0
Commit: 0:18a08d476d5e
added: 
README 
fastq_groomer_parallel.py 
fastq_groomer_parallel.xml


Description: Deleted selected files
Commit: 1:2f394cd7db91
removed: 
README 
fastq_groomer_parallel.py 
fastq_groomer_parallel.xml


Description: Uploaded
Commit: 2:cac848910bd8
added: 
README 
fastq_groomer_parallel.py 
fastq_groomer_parallel.xml


> 
> I have another question with versioning. So far with my experimentation on 
> the testtoolshed, The version is only bumped when I upload via an archive not 
> when I push to the repo.
> Is this meant to be the case?

This is probably not the case.  A new change set is created every time you make 
a change to the repository, either by uploading something new or by deleting 
one or more files.  Whenever a new change set is produced, it is associated 
with a revision number and string.  The following sections of the tool shed 
wiki may provide more clarification.

http://wiki.g2.bx.psu.edu/Tool%20Shed#The_mercurial_repository_change_log
http://wiki.g2.bx.psu.edu/Tool%20Shed#Repository_revisions:_uploading_a_new_version_of_an_existing_tool
http://wiki.g2.bx.psu.edu/Tool%20Shed#Repository_revisions:_valid_tool_versions



> Also "Get Updates" to a toolshed tool as a galaxy Admin. doesnt seem to work, 
> I basically have to install a new instance again, is this normal?

It depends - the following section of the tool shed wiki should clarify this:

http://wiki.g2.bx.psu.edu/Tool%20Shed#Getting_updates_for_tool_shed_repositories_installed_in_a_local_Galaxy_instance

Greg Von Kuster


> 
> Regards,
> Kevin.
> 
> 
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