Ah, ok, I see, makes sense, but it's a bit confusing :-) Thanks for the
explanation, anyway, I'll manually install it in that case.
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On 16 Aug 2013, at 14:55, Dave Bouvier <d...@bx.psu.edu>
> In the specific case of the RSEM repository, the tool shed code has
> determined that the rsem-1.1.17.xml tool definition file will not load
> correctly into Galaxy, and for that reason the repository is not considered
> to be installable. The 'Search and browse tool sheds' feature on the Galaxy
> side filters the list of repositories to those that are determined to be
> For more details, see the wiki page for the tool shed at:
> --Dave B.
> On 8/16/13 07:25:33.000, Benjamin Schuster-Boeckler wrote:
>> Yesterday, I noticed that there are some packages in
>> http://toolshed.g2.bx.psu.edu that I can't find when I search the main tool
>> shed on my local instance. I would have thought that the "Search and browse
>> tool sheds" options under "Admin" is just a front-end for the search on the
>> main tool shed on the web, so I was surprised to find differences. How can I
>> install e.g. the RSEM package
>> (http://toolshed.g2.bx.psu.edu/view/victor/rsem) on my local instance then?
>> Is there a way to "pull" from the main tool shed so that I see the same data
>> locally that's on the web?
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Benjamin Schuster-Böckler
>> Leadership Fellow for Bioinformatics
>> ☎ +44 1865 617481
>> ✉ benjamin.schuster-boeck...@ludwig.ox.ac.uk
>> Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research
>> University of Oxford
>> Old Road Campus Research Building
>> Oxford OX3 7DQ
>> United Kingdom
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