We have packaged the initial release (1.0) of bp-utils, which contains two bioperl-based utilities: "bioseq" and "bioaln" (another two utilities, "biopop" and "biotree", are in pre-release cleaning-up)
Thanks Chris and other for setting up the github access. Please feel free to email me for any feedback and bugs.
-- Weigang Qiu
On Fri, Dec 12, 2014 at 9:59 PM, Fields, Christopher J <[hidden email]> wrote:
I wonder whether it would be better to have a separate bputils repo in the BioPerl space. This would allow development to continue w/o tying it directly to a release, and I think would solve the exposure problem much more so than having it included in
the main bioperl-live repo. We could also feasibly include it as part of the main CPAN bioperl release, maybe by simply linking to it as a git submodule and packaging it up.
Hilmar encouraged me to get some feedback & advice from the bioperl-L on how to package and release it properly.
My specific questions are:
1. While it goes naturally with bioperl releases, but I would like it to be more exposed than hidden inside the bp-scripts folder. Do you think these utilities are useful enough to be housed in a separate folder (e.g., "bputils") by itself? I have a developer's
account but I haven't commit anything for years.
2. How to make it sustainable (and attract new developers) since we are constantly revising and adding methods. It would be great if become a part of bioperl-live.
Any advice and facilitation will be appreciated!
Weigang Qiu, Ph.D.
Department of Biological Sciences
Hunter College of the City University of New York
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