Bioperl-guts: utility scripts for updating POD documentation and the anon-ftp area
Wed, 17 Feb 1999 14:52:09 -0800 (PST)
I attempted to update your sync_ftp_src.csh to use the current
maintenance release branch. However, it doesn't seem to be working
properly. After I ran it the files were still not updated to the
latest versions (still 0.04.1). I'm not as familiar with rsync, so
could you take a look?
BTW, I fixed the file permissions in ftp/pub/SRC/bioperl as well as in
dag/src_mirror but I still was unable to successfully run
synch_ftp_src.csh as myself (but could as root). Perhaps we could move
your src_mirror dir to a general location?
I noticed that our http://bio.perl.org/Core/Source location was not up
to date so I made it so. This is redundant with
http://bio.perl.org/Core/Latest/src/, which is also out of date. We
should pick one of these and axe the other. Preferences? We should
create a sync_http_src.csh script for updating this location as well.
Chris Dagdigian writes:
> SteveC & Ewan-
> I've got the utility scripts in /home/dag/bin/
> o /home/dag/bin/sync_ftp_src.csh does the hourly FTP-site source code updates via cron
> o /home/dag/bin/latest_pod.csh removes the old 0-04 branch, exports a fresh
> copy and then calls the script /home/dag/bin/wwwpodupdate.pl which does
> the actual pod2html translation. The .csh script then uses the 'rcsync' program
> to update the files in the production web HTML source tree. This should get run manually
> each time we create a new bug-branch release. It is ugly but functional.
> The only thing stopping either of you from running the scripts yourselves is the possible protection problems with the POD->HTML files that got generated by earlier script runs. Chances are those HTML files are not writable by the bioperl group. A quick chmod() addition to the perl script should do the trick.
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