BioPerl v1.7.0 released

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BioPerl v1.7.0 released

Fields, Christopher J
Hi all,

We are happy to announce the long-awaited release of BioPerl v1.7.0.  The release is now available on CPAN and Github!

As a quick note: there is a bug with the CPAN indexer that we’re working with the PAUSE admins in addressing.  In the meantime, if you want the latest release, you can install it by specifically requesting to install Bio::Root::Version (which has the version properly set).  For instance, using cpanm:

cpanm Bio::Root::Version

For the full announcement, along with release details and the intent for this run, see the OBF News post:


I would like to thank Brian Osborne, Mark Jensen, Paul Cantalupo, and Francisco Ossandon for all the work on the website migration, and Hilmar Lapp for work with BioPerl and Docker during Codefest 2016.  I would also like to thank Dr. Mark Johnson (NCBI) for the notes and fixes for the NCBI HTTPS migration.  Also, thanks to everyone who submitted bug reports and helped with the release and the move to the new website.   

Enjoy!

chris

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Re: BioPerl v1.7.0 released

Mark A. Jensen

W00T!
I'd like to thank Chris Fields, who rocks as pumpking!

On Sun, Sep 25, 2016 at 5:44pm, Fields, Christopher J <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi all,

We are happy to announce the long-awaited release of BioPerl v1.7.0.  The release is now available on CPAN and Github!

As a quick note: there is a bug with the CPAN indexer that we’re working with the PAUSE admins in addressing.  In the meantime, if you want the latest release, you can install it by specifically requesting to install Bio::Root::Version (which has the version properly set).  For instance, using cpanm:

cpanm Bio::Root::Version

For the full announcement, along with release details and the intent for this run, see the OBF News post:


I would like to thank Brian Osborne, Mark Jensen, Paul Cantalupo, and Francisco Ossandon for all the work on the website migration, and Hilmar Lapp for work with BioPerl and Docker during Codefest 2016.  I would also like to thank Dr. Mark Johnson (NCBI) for the notes and fixes for the NCBI HTTPS migration.  Also, thanks to everyone who submitted bug reports and helped with the release and the move to the new website.   

Enjoy!

chris

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Re: BioPerl v1.7.0 released

Hilmar Lapp-5
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W00t! Thanks for your unwavering work on this Chris!!

All - the Docker image for the ’stable’ tag (bioperl/bioperl:stable) is now updated to the 1.7.0 version. There has been (and will continue to be) a tag for the 1.6.924 release (bioperl/bioperl:release-1-6-924) in case you need to stay on that version, and there is now also an image tagged to the new release (bioperl/bioperl:release-1-7-0). Available tags are listed here:

  -hilmar

On Sep 25, 2016, at 5:40 PM, Fields, Christopher J <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi all,

We are happy to announce the long-awaited release of BioPerl v1.7.0.  The release is now available on CPAN and Github!

As a quick note: there is a bug with the CPAN indexer that we’re working with the PAUSE admins in addressing.  In the meantime, if you want the latest release, you can install it by specifically requesting to install Bio::Root::Version (which has the version properly set).  For instance, using cpanm:

cpanm Bio::Root::Version

For the full announcement, along with release details and the intent for this run, see the OBF News post:


I would like to thank Brian Osborne, Mark Jensen, Paul Cantalupo, and Francisco Ossandon for all the work on the website migration, and Hilmar Lapp for work with BioPerl and Docker during Codefest 2016.  I would also like to thank Dr. Mark Johnson (NCBI) for the notes and fixes for the NCBI HTTPS migration.  Also, thanks to everyone who submitted bug reports and helped with the release and the move to the new website.   

Enjoy!

chris
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