On Thu, Oct 3, 2013 at 6:34 PM, Björn Grüning
<bjoern.gruen...@pharmazie.uni-freiburg.de> wrote:
> Hi Sam,
> any chance to commit that fix to Galaxy-stable?
> Thanks!
> Bjoern

The error Sam and Eric reported is different to mine, and so this
doesn't solve the display issue on my machine:

$ hg diff static/scripts/mvc/data.js
diff -r c42567f43aa7 static/scripts/mvc/data.js
--- a/static/scripts/mvc/data.js    Mon Aug 19 13:19:56 2013 -0400
+++ b/static/scripts/mvc/data.js    Fri Oct 04 09:44:39 2013 +0100
@@ -185,10 +185,10 @@
         if (colspan !== undefined) {
             return $('<td>').attr('colspan',
-        else if (column_types[index] === 'str' || column_types === 'list') {
-            /* Left align all str columns, right align the rest */
-            return $('<td>').addClass('stringalign').text(cell_contents);
-        }
+        //else if (column_types[index] === 'str' || column_types === 'list') {
+        //    /* Left align all str columns, right align the rest */
+        //    return $('<td>').addClass('stringalign').text(cell_contents);
+        //}
         else {
             return $('<td>').text(cell_contents);

This bit code hasn't changed on the galaxy-central, so
whatever is breaking the column_types on Eric's machine
seems to be coming from elsewhere. The workaround
looks like it would have the downside of right align string
columns, which is undesirable.

Eric, is there a simple trick to get data.js into the browser
with multiple lines? Right now Firefox tells me the 'j' error
is on line one because the entire file is one long line :(

[09:47:34.057] TypeError: j is undefined @

Presumably I need Galaxy to serve data.js uncompressed?



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