Thanks for the immediate reply.
I just retrieved the latest code from the repository and it's not working
$ hg summary
parent: 6298:b258de1e6cea tip
I also tried 'hg pull -u -r 6368:de03f821784b' but it says:
pulling from https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-dist
abort: unknown revision '6368:de03f821784b'!
How or when can I update to the release you mentioned?
2011/12/19 Dannon Baker <dannonba...@me.com>
> This was a bug that has been fixed as of changeset 6368:de03f821784b,
> which should be available on main.g2.bx.psu.edu in the near future. If
> you're running a local instance, you'll find this resolved as soon as you
> update to that changeset or higher.
> Unfortunately, there isn't a fast way to copy datasets into a data library
> from multiple histories at once. I think you might find it faster to use
> the standard "Copy Datasets" functionality in the history Options menu to
> move everything you'd like into a single new history, and from there move
> it into a library. This Copy Datasets action allows you to select an
> individual history to copy from, instead of manually changing to the
> history first, so it should save you some time to do it that way.
> On Dec 19, 2011, at 12:12 PM, Adhemar wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I was searching for how to run a workflow for multiple input files and I
> was very happy to find it's already implemented as mentioned here:
> > The problem is that it's not working for me. When I select two files,
> for example, it runs the workflow only in the first file. Even if I check
> 'Send results to a new history', it only creates a new history called 'test
> 1' and not the others. Is my instance somehow misconfigured or it's
> happening to others as well?
> > I'm also looking for a way to add datasets to a library from different
> histories. Do I really need to open each history one by one and use 'Import
> datasets from your current library'?
> > Thank you,
> > Adhemar
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