It looks like that message might actually list the two versions backwards.
I'll check into it and, if that's the case, get a fix out shortly.
In any event, you should be able to edit and re-save the workflow as
indicated to keep moving forward.
On Tue, May 20, 2014 at 3:02 PM, Evan Bollig <boll0...@umn.edu> wrote:
> Galaxy Team:
> I'm confused. This warning appears when I import an old workflow into
> the latest version of galaxy-dist#stable.
> As I interpret the first message, I see "galaxy has fastqc 0.3
> installed, but the workflow was written with fastqc 0.52 and will need
> to be updated to use the version 0.3 tool". This must be wrong, no?
> Perhaps I'm installing tools from the wrong toolshed, but I would
> expect the main galaxy toolshed to have *newer*, not older versions of
> tools available as months progress. My guess is that your verbose
> message needs to be polished.
> If you look at the second attached screenshot, I believe that confirms
> that I have fastqc 0.52 installed. In that case, you probably need to
> tell users, "fastqc: using version '0.52' instead of version '0.3'
> indicated in this workflow." (note that the version strings are
> swapped). Perhaps add a bit more to the message to avoid confusion.
> -Evan Bollig
> Research Associate | Application Developer | User Support Consultant
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