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Question: metadata zzz.R files use delay - breaks r-devel,
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12.1 years ago by
Seth Falcon7.4k
Seth Falcon7.4k wrote:
Hi Cyrus, The next release of Bioconductor is scheduled for may 18th. We will be providing updated data packages at that time --- all compatible with the latest R release. Sorry for the inconvenience. + seth Cyrus Harmon <ch-bioc@bobobeach.com> writes: > Dear BioC, > > The bioconductor metadata packages (such as drosophila2) have a zzz.R > file that calls delay. This has been .Defunct-ed and now I the > annotation packages won't build. Can the project maintainers bump the > development versions? I'm not sure if this has been fixed in Biobase, > but the comment in zzz.R seems to indicate that's the original source > of the code. > > Thanks, > > Cyrus > > _______________________________________________ > Bioconductor mailing list > Bioconductor@stat.math.ethz.ch > https://stat.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/bioconductor
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12.1 years ago by
Cyrus Harmon140
Cyrus Harmon140 wrote:
On May 6, 2005, at 3:27 PM, Seth Falcon wrote: > Hi Cyrus, > > The next release of Bioconductor is scheduled for may 18th. We will > be providing updated data packages at that time --- all compatible > with the latest R release. Sorry for the inconvenience. > > + seth Ok. I'll back down to R 2.1.0. It sounds like the data packages are compatible with the current release (2.1.0), and that the delay function has only been deprecated, rather than defuncted in this release. Trying to upgrade to a new OS (MacOS 10.4), new compilers (gcc4, g95), new R (2.2.0 prerelease) and new BioC (develOK=true versions) all at once was probably not a good idea. :-) Thanks again, Cyrus
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12.1 years ago by
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Seth Falcon7.4k wrote:
Cyrus Harmon <ch-bioc@bobobeach.com> writes: > On a related note, the bioconductor metadata web page does not have a > link to the drosophila2 (or drosgenome1) metadata packages. They can > be found if you ape the URL from, say hgu133a, but that requires > guessing correctly. Can the metadata web page maintainer add the > proper links? We've put in place a stop gap measure by allowing browsing of the entire data subdirectory of the site. So if you are searching for a data package, have a browse here: http://www.bioconductor.org/data/ + seth
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