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Re: Packging jModelTest for Debian and versioning

Hi Andreas,

jModelTest searches for the binaries in the local path, unless it is
configured for using the global path, since the phyml version installed
by the user might not be compatible. I will change the default behavior
such that it searches for global binaries first, and tests the suitability.

Do you use any standard test suite? Could you send me an example of
other software that already incorporates this?


On 26.10.2015 22:18, Andreas Tille wrote:
> Hi Diego,
> On Mon, Oct 26, 2015 at 07:10:38PM +0100, Diego Darriba wrote:
>> I added a new tagged revision after removing the dependency on ReadSeq. I also fixed the license in
>> several files where it was missing,
> Thanks a lot for your really helpful support.
>> and I removed the PhyML binaries from the repository. I am not
>> sure how you deal with that dependency, which is present also in ProtTest, but let me know if I
>> should do something about it.
> We use a dependency from the Debian package of phyml 20141029.
>> I replaced the binaries with a README file in
>> src/main/resources/exe/phyml that explains how to place the PhyML binary in the distribution.
> /usr/bin/phyml should be found.
> It might be helpful if you could add a test suite checking whether phyml
> is easily found.
> Kind regards
>         Andreas.

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