>>The file that Gift is producing is already an html file and there's
>>already an html datatype in Galaxy by default.  The output file in
>>question just invokes remote javascript libraries inside <script> tags,
>>and this seems to be tripping up Galaxy's data viewer.
>
>Setting up relative paths to images and scripts inside your HTML output
>should work; this is done in FastQC and other similar tools.
>
>>We've tried downloading and referencing the
>>javascript libraries in /static/js as well.
>
>This should work as well and is the approach used by the rGenetics tools,
>but the path you want is /static/scripts/ Note that Galaxy already >has
>many jQuery libraries in /static/scripts/libs/jquery, which could
>simplify development.
>
>>I know that the new visualization platform in Galaxy uses a lot of
>>external javascript libraries like D3? does anyone know how that is being
>>handled differently?
>
>For now, the viz framework is a different code base that's not relevant
>for displaying datasets.
>
>Best,
>J.

Thanks Jeremy, we'll give this a shot.


-Andrew


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On 7/25/13 12:00 PM, "galaxy-dev-requ...@lists.bx.psu.edu"
<galaxy-dev-requ...@lists.bx.psu.edu> wrote:

>>The file that Gift is producing is already an html file and there's
>>already an html datatype in Galaxy by default.  The output file in
>>question just invokes remote javascript libraries inside <script> tags,
>>and this seems to be tripping up Galaxy's data viewer.
>
>Setting up relative paths to images and scripts inside your HTML output
>should work; this is done in FastQC and other similar tools.
>
>>We've tried downloading and referencing the
>>javascript libraries in /static/js as well.
>
>This should work as well and is the approach used by the rGenetics tools,
>but the path you want is /static/scripts/ Note that Galaxy already has
>many jQuery libraries in /static/scripts/libs/jquery, which could
>simplify development.
>
>>I know that the new visualization platform in Galaxy uses a lot of
>>external javascript libraries like D3? does anyone know how that is being
>>handled differently?
>
>For now, the viz framework is a different code base that's not relevant
>for displaying datasets.
>
>Best,
>J.
>


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