A perhaps obvious question: how do I work out what version of Galaxy an
instance is?

 

This has come  up a few times because of apparent bugs and different
behaviour across various development and production instances. Now if
you're installed straight from the repo, you can use "hg log" for the
repo number. But that doesn't work if it's been installed in another
way, say from a tarball or via another versioning system (we use git to
synchronize tool development to a production server). 

 

Simple solution?

 

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Paul Agapow (paul-michael.aga...@hpa.org.uk)

Bioinformatics, Health Protection Agency

 



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