Hi Wolfgang,
I am going to re-post your question over to the galaxy-dev mailing list, which is best for local instance questions. To all: please remove the galaxy-user list from any replies.
Thanks!
Jen
Galaxy team
On 9/5/13 1:33 AM, Wolfgang Maier wrote:
Hi everybody,
I'm trying to add the version_command tag to my tools' xml
files, but I run into a problem here. Currently I have:
<version_command interpreter="python3">aln.py
--version</version_command>
in my xml.
When I run the tool Galaxy tells me that it executed this:
python3 /home/me/galaxy-dist/tools/modmapmin/aln.py
--version &>
/home/me/galaxy-dist/database/tmp/GALAXY_VERSION_STRING_1035
but when I check that temporary file it's empty (and so is
the tool version line at the end of the run).
This is puzzling because when I run that exact command line
from my terminal, it writes
0.8.2
to the file just as it should.
Any ideas what goes wrong here?
Thanks and best wishes,
Wolfgang
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