Glad to help. The only further thing I'd say is do a lot testing. Galaxy is a
large, complex piece of software with some bits hard coded, some bits
configurable, and there are decentralized policies or behaviors. So just be
sure making a change in one place, like commenting out that section, doesn't
negatively impact some other functionality you or your users may want.
Best of luck,
From: Brent Pedersen [bpede...@gmail.com]
Sent: Friday, September 30, 2011 1:15 PM
To: Paniagua, Eric
Subject: Re: [galaxy-user] upload zip file to custom tool
On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 10:41 AM, Paniagua, Eric <epani...@cshl.edu> wrote:
> Hi Brent,
> I've encountered this behavior too. I don't know the ultimate reason or
> purpose, but compressed files (especially zip) are handled in very specific,
> restricted ways by the upload framework. The behavior you describe is hard
> coded into the upload tool.
> For example, check out the use of the 'zipfile' module in
> tools/data_source/upload.py. That file (tool) will actually try to sniff
> your file even if you've set the file type in upload. See the data flow (or
> data non-flow) through local variable 'ext' in
> tools/data_source/upload.py:add_file(). Odd and restrictive policy for
> treatment of compressed files can be seen elsewhere in the codebase too,
> My advice (and this is also basically the advice Nate gave me) is to fork
> your own copy of the upload tool to make a version that works for your files.
> Nate may have more to say on the matter.
Eric, thanks for pointing me to that file. I just commented out the
unzip section for now and
also changed one section that was causing it to show "...inappropriate
content" and it seems to
be working now.
> From: galaxy-user-boun...@lists.bx.psu.edu
> [galaxy-user-boun...@lists.bx.psu.edu] on behalf of Brent Pedersen
> Sent: Friday, September 30, 2011 11:59 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [galaxy-user] upload zip file to custom tool
> I have followed the wiki and built a custom tool on a local galaxy
> One of the inputs is a zip file. It seems galaxy automatically unpacks
> it and keeps only
> the first file. Is there any way I can tell galaxy not to unzip the file?
> I tried to register .zip as a datatype, but that didn't seem to change
> the behavior.
> thanks for any help.
> $tool.xml is below in case it helps.
> <command interpreter="python">charmqc.py $xyszip $output $organism</command>
> <param format="xys.zip" name="xyszip" type="data" label="Zip of
> .xys files"/>
> <param type="select" name="organism" label="organism">
> <option value="Human">Human (hg18)</option>
> <option value="Mouse">Mouse (mm8)</option>
> <data format="data" name="output" />
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