Hi Bjoern,

I thought I'm using conda .. :). I'm using the ansible galaxy-tools-playbook to install tools. I tried before if ansible installation and installation via the web interface give the same results -- and I recalled that the results were identical. But I was wrong -- sorry for the inconvenience.

Now, when installing via ansible I'm getting identical (compared to installation via the web interface) results for blat I choose the following options in the tool_list.yaml file.
  install_tool_dependencies: False
  install_repository_dependencies: True
  install_resolver_dependencies: True

But I still have not understood the dependencies (and dependency problems) shown in the web interface... Maybe you could explain this to me?

In the logs there is first a complaint about missing
  - blat 35x1*
then the following packages are installed:
    blat:   35-1     bioconda
    libpng: 1.6.27-0
    zlib:   1.2.8-3

The admin interface puzzles me: For the blat package:
- "Dependency Resolver Details" lists blat 35x1 as resolved but not the exact version. This seems to be fine. - Installed repository dependencies lists package_blat_35x1 as installed but missing dependencies. This is odd? Why is this installed at all?

For the package_blat_35x1
- Installed repository dependencies lists package_libpng_1_6_7
- Missing tool dependencies lists blat and libpng. The circular dependency to blat is strange, isn't it?

Thanks again for the support.

Cheers,
Matthias

On 18.05.2017 17:09, Björn Grüning wrote:
Hi Matthias,

is there any chance you can upgrade your Galaxy and enable conda packages?
This would make your life so much easier :)

Cheers,
Bjoern

Am 18.05.2017 um 16:28 schrieb Matthias Bernt:
Hi Bjoern,

thanks for the explanation. This helped for the openbabel package. Still
there are some packages where I have problems. I guess this is because
on our system the libraries are mostly at non-default locations.

Currently I have problems to install BLAT. It complains about a missing
zlib. Zlib is installed and the path to the includes is in CPPFLAGS. Is
there any variable that would make it known to the installation process?

gcc -O -g  -Wall -Wformat -Wimplicit -Wreturn-type -Wuninitialized
-D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 -D_LARGEFILE_SOU
RCE -D_GNU_SOURCE -DMACHTYPE_x86_64 -DCOLOR32   -Wall -Wformat
-Wimplicit -Wreturn-type -Wuninitialized -I../inc -I../../inc
-I../../../inc -I../../../../inc -I../../../../../inc
-I/gpfs1/data/galaxy_server/gala
xy-dev/database/dependencies/libpng/1.6.7/devteam/package_libpng_1_6_7/3de32cd300a9/include
  -o zlibFace.o -c zlibFace.c
make: Leaving directory
`/gpfs1/data/galaxy_server/galaxy-dev/database/tmp/tmp-toolshed-mtd4Jyr2N/blat/src

/lib'
zlibFace.c:4:18: error: zlib.h: No such file or directory

An additional question for understanding: There are packages for zlib
and cmake (as example). Why are these not used? Is this because there is
still transition to conda -- which will just need time? But from an
earlier post I thought I understood that package_* is the old non-conda
way.
Or is the intended future state that central packages mentioned in
https://galaxyproject.org/toolshed/package-recipes/
are managed on the system .. and not conda?

Thanks a lot.

Cheers,
Matthias



On 17.05.2017 20:08, Björn Grüning wrote:
Hi Matthias,

if you are installing repositories that still rely on the old
traditional Galaxy system you need to have a few packages installed
locally, see this list:

https://galaxyproject.org/toolshed/package-recipes/

However, we have now a new dependency system in Galaxy, that is build
on-top of conda and most of the Cheminformatic tools have been ported to
Conda already. Which version of Galaxy are you running?

But maybe I have also not pushed the latest changes to the toolshed
which I have been working on github :(

Ciao,
Bjoern



Am 17.05.2017 um 17:04 schrieb Matthias Bernt:
Dear galaxy-dev list,

I have problems to install package_openbabel. The problem seems to be
that cmake is not found during installation.

The documentation also states that: "Compiling OpenBabel requires g++
and CMake 2.4+"

My question is: Does this refer to cmake installed on the system or in
galaxy (since there is also package_cmake_3_2_3)?

Thanks a lot.

Cheers,
Matthias



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