Forgive me, I'm not 100% clear on the custom plugin system used by galaxy, but
if I "subclass" from the text data type, will sniffers I implement override
text's and function? The lack of being able to add an entry to the sniffer
section (unlike with the tabular example) led me to believe my genbank datatype
wouldn't be sniffed.
Additionally, I'd still like to be able to add completely new datatypes, do you
know of any working examples of this? As mentioned in my original post,
duplicating an existing datatype and changing names on it surprisingly doesn't
I'd be lovely to have the emboss datatypes split out.
On July 16, 2014 8:34:55 AM CDT, Peter Cock <p.j.a.c...@googlemail.com> wrote:
>Indeed - ideally (once working) we can upload under the IUC ToolShed as
>community maintained resource rather than under a personal account
>becomes a single point of failure (the bus factor).
>We (the ICU) have previously discussed doing this so that the EMBOSS
>datatypes could become more of a meta-entry depending on other smaller
>specific datatype defining ToolShed repositories. But it hasn't reached
>top of my personal TODO list yet ;)
>On Wed, Jul 16, 2014 at 1:47 PM, Björn Grüning
>> Hi Eric,
>> please have a look at:
>> You need somthing like:
>> <datatype extension="genbank" type="galaxy.datatypes.data:Text"
>> subclass="True" />
>> Lets try to split the EMBOSS datatypes a little bit into small
>> sequences_datatypes, msa_datatypes ... and so on ...
>> Am 14.07.2014 20:31, schrieb Eric Rasche:
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>>> I'm trying to add a new datatype to my galaxy instance for genbank
>>> files, however I'm running into various issues. I've followed the
>>> however that example subclasses tabular, and I'd like to subclass
>>> as they're plain text files, and I'd like to be able to define a
>>> for them (not possible if your type=galaxy.datatypes.data:Text)
>>> I figured the call ought to be something like
>>> <datatype extension="gb" type="galaxy.datatypes.data:Genbank"
>>> subclass="True" />
>>> however, everything I try fails with
>>>> Error importing datatype module galaxy.datatypes.data: 'module'
>>>> has no attribute 'Genbank'
>>> To avoid this particular issue, I tried writing a separate datatype
>>> for genbank files (type="galaxy.datatypes.genbank:Genbank"), however
>>> that fails with the same error:
>>>> galaxy.datatypes.registry ERROR 2014-07-14 13:23:23,100 Error
>>>> datatype module galaxy.datatypes.genbank: 'module' object has no
>>>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>>>> line 206, in load_datatypes
>>>> module = getattr( module, mod )
>>>> AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'genbank'
>>> Here's my lib/galaxy/datatypes/genbank.py looks like:
>>>> import pkg_resources
>>>> pkg_resources.require( "bx-python" )
>>>> import logging
>>>> from galaxy.datatypes import data
>>>> log = logging.getLogger(__name__)
>>>> class Genbank( data.Text ):
>>>> file_ext = "gb"
>>>> def sniff( self, filename ):
>>>> header = open(filename).read(5)
>>>> return header == 'LOCUS'
>>> To debug this, I've tried copying the tabular data type completely,
>>> removed all the classes other than Tabular, and renamed it
>>> however this fails too with the same error.
>>> Can anyone offer some insight?
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