I'm trying to run the gut-short demo but get this error.
-- stack exec ngless -- gut-short/gut-demo.ngl Exiting after fatal error while loading and running script System Error (NGLess was not able to access some necessary resource) Mismatched version information when loading module `igc`. Expected 1.0 but file contains '0.9.0'.
0.9 folder is symlinked to
gut-demo.nglscript and using
"igc"module situation now. I was actually running a test on the background for it, but it was taking a bit long. It would be good to have a bit more infrastructure to test these things in a fresh install. We cannot really use travis/&c, because these are more like 12 hour tests and it doesn't lend itself to travis-like settings
nixpkgsalso by writing some of your own packages/config?
NGLessso that 95% of users wouldn't ever have to even know that nix is a thing that exists
Since this has gotten a bit noisy, as an experiment, I invite you to do join my open office hours tomorrow @ 2pm GMT
This is Sanjiban Sengupta, sophomore in Computer Engineering from IIIT Bhubaneswar, India, would like to contribute to your org for GSoC'20, I have practical and working knowledge of C, C++, Python and Java, for web, I am familiar with HTML, CSS, JS, Bootstrap and frameworks such as ReactJS and NodeJS, also i am acquainted with concepts of ML and AI and know the technicalities to apply these to solve modern real life problems.
Being a beginner at GSOC'20, it will be very grateful if you could provide the required information for beginning processes for the development.
We had a useful zoom discussion today, until we ran out of time, so I am scheduling another round for next week. Open to anyone in the world
Luis Pedro Coelho is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Open Office Hours
Time: Mar 18, 2020 02:00 PM Greenwich Mean Time
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 756 695 245
Sadeep here, from Sri Lanka.
Final year student in CSE, University of Moratuwa.
For my final year project, I am working on "reducing higher dimensional genomic data (we take oligonucleotide frequencies as of now) using Auto Encoders". I am using C to pre-process FASTA and FASTQ files to feed them to the neural network implemented in Python.
I am good in C/C++. I come from a strong algorithm background, having won the Sri Lankan Olympiad and represented Sri Lanka at the International Olympiad in Inforrmatics (https://www.ioi2014.org/ioi-2014.html).
For GSoC, I love to work on a genomics projects since my learning curve would be low.
Is there a real chance of getting selected to an NGLess project since its a little late to the party?