should_not_be_noarch_sourcewhen there is no
noarchmakes no sense
planemo serve, it's still using the older version. What change must I make to have it use the newer bioconda-recipes version? (Note, if I do
conda install toolnameon the command line, it installs the new version.)
2.0013. I think I probably need to bump the wrapper version. I was using some weird version spec and I see that the latest spec says that the <tool version attribute should be tool_version+wrapper_version. I only had wrapper_version.
planemo servefrom the main tool repo directory instead of the specific tool directory and it happened to use the new version when I ran it. Now if I run it from either, it uses the new version. I don't understand it. https://github.com/hepcat72/robs_galaxy_tools/tree/vcfsc13/tools/vcfsamplecompare
Agree completely. Any other idea on how to set the format of the collection elements? In my case it would be nice to discover data sets, but only get the name from this and take the format from the corresponding input.
Background: OpenMS often requires that the output files have specific extensions which are (of course) not equal to the Galaxy extensions. The only idea I had so far is to rename the files after creation, such that discovering works.
multiple="true"input is just more flexible.
So if you have data with discover_outputs (which I would understand) or also if you have a collection with discover_outputs? I will always have the later case.
... but I have to admit that I have a few cases where I abuses data+discover to set the format, but its always just a single data set .. so in this case the single data set is of use :) Nice