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Missing docutils_template.txt ? #83

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ddooley opened this Issue Feb 20, 2015 · 3 comments

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ddooley commented Feb 20, 2015

Great tool - I'm setting up a training workshop around using it to help develop Galaxy tools here at the BCCDC.
Sort of a cosmetic error: When I run "planemo linter" on the demo template project, I get:

Applying linter lint_help... WARNING
.. WARNING: Invalid reStructuredText found in help - [[Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/planemo_ext/galaxy/util/docutils_template.txt'].
.. CHECK: Tool contains help section.

I see some galaxies (branches?) out there hava a docutils_template.txt file that simply contains "%(body)s". Is that related to this?
Regards,
Damion

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ddooley commented Feb 20, 2015

Ah I see it is in an update from 5 days ago. Hmm. I've installed it via pip on Feb 19. There's no way to get the latest via pip is there?

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jmchilton commented Feb 20, 2015

Thanks for the bug report. There is a definitely some different behavior related to non-Python source files when installed via pip. I should have a fix out and PyPI updated within the next couple days.

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jmchilton commented Feb 22, 2015

Thanks again for the bug report - I think the latest version from PyPI shouldn't have this problem anymore (https://pypi.python.org/pypi/planemo) - let me know if you encounter the problem again though.

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