[Biophp-dev] I'm back...finally...

Nico Stuurman biophp-dev@bioinformatics.org
Mon, 23 Jun 2003 15:44:53 -0700

> No problem, that'll give me time to get things tuned up a bit
> further before uploading.  (While I have had no problems
> getting to CVS on bioinformatics.org, I suspect Sourceforge
> will be a bit easier to work with, not requiring only SSH
> connections for updating...)

Actually, I find Sourceforge to be more of a pain (they also only allow 
SSH connection - which is a good thing - but they do not allow direct 
access to the repository, which is more secure but makes it much more 
difficult to change filenames or import a cvs repository).

Forgot to say: welcome back Sean!   B.t.w., I'll be gone next week for 
a week or two, and no, I am not going to get any programming done 
during that time....

Also, I have not done much on writing the scripts to create the BIOSQL 
tables, but it looks that having the capability to parse sequence files 
into a seq object, writing the object to the BIOSQL database and 
getting it back out will warrant the initial biophp release!



> Thanks!
> Sean
> On Monday 23 June 2003 03:42 pm, Nico Stuurman wrote:
>> Sean,
>> We (Serge and me) are trying to move the cvs to Sourceforge (the most
>> important reason being that Sean says that he can not connect to the
>> bioinformatics cvs but he can to the Sourceforge one).  That migration
>> is taking now already two weeks...
>> Could you hold off till the cvs has finally been updated on the
>> Sourceforge site?  You can then simply change the contents of the
>> 'Root' file in each of the CVS directories (I'll send you a copy).
>> Best,
>> Nico
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