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Sanitizing values from input text fields on tools and other Galaxy forms is an
essential part of ensuring that the values will not wreak havoc within the
Galaxy environment. Opening this up to being optional may be a concern to some
Galaxy administrators. In any case, the Tool Shed probably should not have the
ability to define the use of this feature since it has no affect within any of
the Tool Shed environment ( only Galaxy or other applications in which things
are installed from the Tool Shed will be affected ). So if it is decided by
the Galaxy community that this feature ( i.e., sanitizing form text field
values ) should be enhanced or altered, changes should be made within the
Galaxy environment rather than the Tool Shed.
As input regarding this request comes in from the community, perhaps we can
create an appropriate Trello card to capture the direction we should go.
Thanks very much for your request on this!
Greg Von Kuster
On Jan 13, 2014, at 6:16 AM, "Lukasse, Pieter" <pieter.luka...@wur.nl> wrote:
> Hi Greg,
> I have some tools which produce HTML and the default setting of the option
> sanitize_all_html will give problems and/or make the output look ugly. Would
> it be an option to let the administrator decide, for each tool he installs,
> whether this option should apply or not? Now is a global setting which
> applies to all tools, and in practice this results in it being set to
> “false”....which means that in practice this is a “pseudo security item” as
> it will not be used that often.
> The alternative I have been thinking about is to add a checkbox to the
> “manage repository” screen to allow the admin to turn this feature on/off for
> a specific repository. See also the screenshot below. Maybe you are already
> working in this direction, but I thought I’d just share this idea with you.
> Best regards,
> Pieter Lukasse
> Wageningen UR, Plant Research International
> Departments of Bioscience and Bioinformatics
> Wageningen Campus, Building 107, Droevendaalsesteeg 1, 6708 PB,
> Wageningen, the Netherlands
> +31-317481122; skype: pieter.lukasse.wur
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