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Disabling conda dependency resolver #633

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mvdbeek opened this Issue Feb 15, 2017 · 2 comments

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mvdbeek commented Feb 15, 2017

So it seems that's currently not possible. The closest thing to disabling
conda would be providing you're own job_conf.xml.
A flag like --no_conda_dependency_resolution analogous to --no_conda_auto_install would be nice.
Usecase is if you're developing a python package, and you would like to test it with planemo before packing it up in pypi followed by creating a conda package from pypi.
You can also work around it by removing the conda package or the requirements tag, but it would still be nice if planemo could be used in that scenario.

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peterjc commented Feb 15, 2017

What happens if the (proposed) requirements tag is present (but does not yet resolve)? Error from Galaxy?

Maybe I've been lucky so far...

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mvdbeek commented Feb 15, 2017

What happens if the (proposed) requirements tag is present (but does not yet resolve)? Error from Galaxy?

That will work as well.

jmchilton added a commit to jmchilton/planemo that referenced this issue Feb 20, 2017

Implement a --no_dependency_resolution option.
As requested by @mvdbeek galaxyproject#633. Prior to the latest release of Planemo Conda would only be enabled with --conda_dependency_resolution despite being on by default in Galaxy.

Fixes galaxyproject#633.

@mvdbeek mvdbeek closed this in #635 Feb 21, 2017

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