You shouldn't have to mess with eggs for tools -- those are primarily
dependencies of the core framework itself. Do you have biopython installed
and available in the environment (PYTHONPATH) of whatever user jobs are run
as? That is, if you open a plain python shell as the galaxy user, does
that import work?
On Mon, Jan 5, 2015 at 1:01 PM, Alfredo Guilherme Silva Souza <
> Has anyone used the Biopython in Galaxy ?
> *Traceback (most recent call last):*
> * File "/home/steve/galaxy-dist/tools/molecular_dynamics/gromacs.py",
> line 10, in <module>*
> * import Bio.PDB.PDBParser*
> *ImportError: No module named Bio.PDB.PDBParser*
> Researching I saw that I have to work with eggs in the Galaxy. Has anyone
> done this with Biopython? Is it really necessary?
> *Alfredo Guilherme da Silva Souza*
> Distributed Systems and Computer Networks
> Federal University of São Carlos - UFSCar
> Contact +55 16 9115-3035 | alfredo.bioinformat...@gmail.com
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