Thanks for the help John. I am using a slightly older version of Galaxy.
However, I was hoping that the change of colour may help me understand the name
change in the history.
For example when you upload a file i.e. test.txt, "test.txt" appears in the
history. However, if you want the history text to say something like "uploaded
file test.txt", then you can modify the method "new_history_upload" in
~/lib/galaxy/tools/actions/upload_common.py to update the text before calling
"trans.app.model.HistoryDatasetAssociation" . This works as you can see this
string when the file is being uploaded, however, when the file is uploaded and
the history turns to green the history test says "test.txt" again. Do you have
any idea where this may be set in the code?
From: John Chilton [jmchil...@gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, April 10, 2014 11:39 PM
To: Burdett, Neil (CCI, Herston - RBWH)
Subject: Re: [galaxy-dev] understanding change of colours in history
This is tricky and has changed in the last few releases. If you have
are developing against the latest revision of galaxy-central this is
all handled via Backbone MVC code. In particular checkout the render
method of static/scripts/mvc/dataset/hda-base.js about 100 lines down.
The class of each of these HDA (history dataset) bodies is set based
on the state fetched from the server:
.attr( 'class', view.className ).addClass( 'state-' +
view.model.get( 'state' ) )
.append( $newRender.children() );
The visual properties of this class are described by CSS (in
static/style/blue/base.css which I think is actually a derived file
based on this LESS file static/style/src/less/history.less).
Hope this helps.
On Wed, Apr 9, 2014 at 11:44 PM, <neil.burd...@csiro.au> wrote:
> Can someone point me in the direction of where the code in Galaxy is
> called to change the history background for example when a job changes from
> Yellow to red on error, or yellow to green on success. I've been going
> around in circles now trying to figure out, how this is implemented and how
> the labels are updated on the history.
> Also, If I change history_common.mako file and I restart the system my
> changes aren't seen (i.e. add a new icon if the system goes into error)
> Thanks for any insight
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