On Jan 29, 2013, at 3:59 PM, Guest, Simon wrote:
> We have set up our local Galaxy installation to submit jobs by default
> through HTCondor, using the drmaa tool runner. We override this on a
> tool-by-tool basis in universe_wsgi.ini, to specify certain tools we always
> want to run locally.
> The problem is that EMBOSS tools have a tool id like ‘emboss: infoseq46’, and
> it’s not possible to reference a tool with an id containing a colon in the
> universe_wsgi.ini file (because colon is the character which separates a
> configuration item name from its value).
> It seems to me there are two possible solutions:
> 1. Implement some form of escape character processing in the config file
> parser (on top of Python’s ConfigParser) so we can write tool ids in that
> file like ‘emboss%3a infoseq46’
> 2. Change all the EMBOSS tools to have ids like ‘emboss-infoseq46’ rather
> than using a colon and space.
> For now, we are modifying our XML files locally (with a script) to do 2.
> Are there any comments from Galaxy developers on which of these solutions
> they prefer, or any reason why (2) shouldn’t be incorporated in the Galaxy
Significant changes to the way that job run parameters are defined will be
included in a future release. In specific, there'll be no more job runner
URLs, and parameters will be specified with a more robust XML language. These
changes aren't stable enough to go out in the next release (scheduled for the
end of this week), but they should be in the one after that.
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