Peter;
I maintain nglims as a fork of galaxy-central, syncing back to the main
repository regularly:

https://bitbucket.org/chapmanb/galaxy-central

This was an easier approach than trying to keep a set of patches up to
date. Hope this helps,
Brad


> Hi Brad,
>
> I am curious if you could tell me the way that I could add your nglims to my 
> galaxy-dist production system. I have read your step by step procedure here: 
> http://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Admin/Sample%20Tracking/Next%20Gen
>
> but it didn't mention how to add it to the galaxy-dist. Do you have a patch 
> name for it? Should I use hg pull or hg patch? Thanks
>
> Best,
>
> Peter
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