From what I've been able to determine, samtools' failure was due to an error in the testing environment startup process, which in turn caused errors in a number of tool dependency packages. I've fixed the initial error, and the next test run should result in a successful samtools installation.

  --Dave B.

On Mon 21 Apr 2014 06:52:50 AM EDT, Peter Cock wrote:
Hi all,

This samtools dependency error is now showing for all my
Test ToolShed repositories using the samtools package:

Looking at the package itself, it looks like a ncurses (or curses)
library dependency problem - perhaps something changed on
the ToolShed server configuration?



On Wed, Apr 16, 2014 at 11:43 AM, Peter Cock
< <>> wrote:

    Hi all,

    I'm working on a new wrapper for "samtools depad" (which I
    have been using with MIRA v4 output), now on the Test ToolShed:

    The unit tests work for me locally and via TravisCI.

    The nightly ToolShed tests are failing - something seems to have gone
    wrong with the samtools dependency ("status Error") event though
    the samtools package is listed as a successful installation. Odd...

    Any thoughts?




    Automated tool test results

    Automated test environment
    *Time tested:* 2014-04-16 05:07:24
    *System:* Linux 3.8.0-30-generic
    *Architecture:* x86_64
    *Python version:* 2.7.4
    *Galaxy revision:* 13078:6f698dec5895
    *Galaxy database version:* 118
    *Tool shed revision:* 13018:e20408b06d65
    *Tool shed database version:* 22
    *Tool shed mercurial version:* 2.2.3

    Installation errors
    Tool dependencies
    Type        Name    Version
    samtools    package         0.1.19
    This tool dependency's required tool dependency samtools version
    0.1.19 has status Error.

    Successful installations
    Repository dependencies/- installation of these additional
    repositories is required/
    Tool shed   Name    Owner   Changeset revision <>
    package_samtools_0_1_19     iuc     36aa94676939

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