[Bioperl-l] bioperl-live install issue on unix

Sean O'Keeffe limericksean at gmail.com
Wed Dec 10 12:27:19 EST 2008

ok. well to cut a long story short, the reason for my initial bioperl
installation was it was a gbrowse requirement for me.
upgrading gbrowse (>1.69) returned Bio::Graphics compatibility issues
for me which were previously resolved by updating bioperl-live.
i had assumed (i know never assume) the graphics were, amongst other
things, the important part.
so now i'll hit the Bio::Graphics trail and see what happens., or wait
'til the 1.6 release.

ok well cheers folks (for now).

2008/12/10 Chris Fields <cjfields at illinois.edu>:
> On Dec 10, 2008, at 10:10 AM, Sean O'Keeffe wrote:
>> at the risk of sounding idiotic, i've realised that the issue may have
>> been of my own making.
>> i had ssh'd to another server and hadn't thought about it when
>> starting the install.
>> i just assumed i was in my /home/dir  but was only virtually there.
>> exiting from this, everything went smooth. apologies for all hassles
>> caused.
>> my only other question is where has Bio::Graphics gone from the
>> bioperl checkout on svn?
>> sean.
> Bio::Graphics is now separate from BioPerl as of 1.6.  It will be a separate
> installation via CPAN, see:
> http://search.cpan.org/~lds/Bio-Graphics-1.8/
> Note the bioperl README.
> I am hoping to install a hook into Build.PL to post-install this or any any
> other split-off modules in the future, but we may just have a Bundle package
> to do this instead.  One of the remaining decisions for 1.6...
> chris

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