This is related to the version of grep called by Galaxy. GNU grep presents the
issue while BSD grep works as expected. I haven't really dug much, but this
could probably be addressed by handling input parameters better in the tool
wrapper, if you want to take a look.
On Feb 12, 2013, at 7:31 PM, Matthew Paul <mrp...@g.cofc.edu> wrote:
> Regarding this issue
> No bug is apparent when using an up-to-date local instance of Galaxy (local
> history on Trello card). However, when using the Galaxy public server the bug
> is apparent (regular expressions are not registered). So we have come to a
> few conjectures,
> 1) The bug has already been fixed in the newest version of Galaxy
> 2) Somehow, instantiating the public server is the source of the error (which
> is unlikely).
> If one can elucidate any misconceptions (especially about the current version
> of the Galaxy public server) that we may have that would be great. We would
> like to resolve this bug.
> Thank You
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