Hi, Julie

Currently, the easiest way is to add an id field in the file
'static/scripts/mvc/history/current-history-panel.js'.

On (currently) line 171, after the $newRender variable has been created...
165:        // handle the possibility of no model (can occur if fetching
the model returns an error)
166:        if( this.model ){
167:            $newRender = this.renderModel();
168:        } else {
169:            $newRender = this.renderWithoutModel();
170:        }

...add the following two lines (without the line numbers):
171:        var idField = $( '<div/>' ).addClass( 'history-id' ).text(
panel.model.get( 'id' ) );
172:        $newRender.prepend( idField );

This will put the id at the top of the current history panel. It will also
allow styling if you'd want.

Attached is a patch for the above change if you're more comfortable using
mercurial to do it.

You can also optionally run the 'pack_scripts.py' script in the
'static/scripts' directory to compress that file down to production size
but it's not necessary to do so.

Let me know if you need more info and thanks,
Carl



On Thu, Feb 27, 2014 at 3:56 AM, julie dubois <dubju...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> In a local instance of Galaxy, I rename all outputs of my users and
> redirect their in a directory named with their usermail galaxy and then in
> a directory named with the history.id.
> To help them to retrieve their datasets, I want to display the history.idat 
> the top of the History left panel, for example near the name of the
> history.
> Can you say me which file(s) should I modify and how to display this
> information ?
>
> Thanks a lot.
>
> Julie
>
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