I believe that version 1.0.3 of the rpy package should be installing
successfully from the main tool shed if you have a repository that contains a
tool that defines a dependency to the rpy repository owned by devteam at
Here is the last test run for the tool shed's install and test framework for
that repository. I believe tis should install correctly using the dist
repository, but if you're seeing problems, let us know. Also, the next release
is coming soon ( tentatively a week or so from now )..
Automated test environment
Repository dependencies - installation of these additional repositories is
Tool shed Name Owner Changeset revision
toolshed.g2.bx.psu.edu package_r_2_11_0 devteam 5824d2b3bc8b
Type Name Version
R package 2.11.0
Type Name Version
rpy package 1.0.3
On Apr 8, 2014, at 3:28 PM, "Hayes, Curt" <curt.ha...@seattlechildrens.org>
> Hi there all,
> Does anyone have RPY working? I install via toolshed and the folder is empty,
> and shows missing dependencies.
> I have searched previous posts, nothing since 2010. I have a local install
> (production config – postgres, etc – on CENTOS 6.5). I posted last week and
> it fell off the list.
> From Galaxy User interface:
> Dataset generation errors
> Dataset 81: Build base quality distribution on data 9
> Tool execution generated the following error message:
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> line 12, in <module>
> from rpy import *
> ImportError: No module named rpy
> I have attempted to download/install the scripts but they fail with multiple
> errors (most posts out there have a bad URL) -
> http://getgalaxyp.org/install.html says use:
> curlhttp://rpy.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/rpy/trunk/rpy/?view=tar > rpy.tar.gz
> if you view that it redirects you to another URL.
> Via shell: R is installed: R version 2.13.0 (2011-04-13)
> Can someone provide me some help please to get it working via Galaxy? I
> understand it works in Central.
> From Toolshed:
> Installation status
> Toolshed Error:
> In file included from src/rpymodule2110.c:51: src/RPy.h:56:20: error:
> Python.h: No such file or directory In file included from
> from src/RPy.h:89, from src/rpymodule2110.c:51:
> error: #error Must use Python with unicode enabled. <truncated>
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