Re: Packging jModelTest for Debian and versioning
thanks a lot for your support. Prottest now builds fine under Debian
stable and I'll upload a backport to Jessie soon. I also noticed that
jmodeltest now can be build easily and I'm in the process of preparing
packages. When doing so I noticed some glitches you might be interested
1. Please review the patch I'm using at
The original build.xml removes executable bit from every file
in /usr/bin which is probably not what you want and if the
user that builds jmodeltest has root permissions (and is not
in a chrooted system where Debian builds are happening) the
system in question might become disfunctional.
2. When I start runjmodeltest-gui the window displays:
WARNING: PhyML binary is not in the list of compatibility:
Compatible versions: 20130103 20131022 20141009 20141029 20150501 20151222
jModelTest will try to continue execution anyway, but it might fail.
I have no idea how you do ther version verfification in
jmodeltest. I just can say that we packaged what can be
Could you confirm that this phyml version would work?
I'll probably come up with more questions regarding proper usage
of mpj but that's it for now.
Thanks a lot for your cooperation
On Mon, May 09, 2016 at 04:58:06PM +0200, Diego Darriba wrote:
> Hi Andreas,
> Sorry for the delay. The netbeans dependencies where removed time ago, but I could not work in the
> new release. It is now ready and you can find it in the github repository. Hopefully everything is
> OK now. The only thing to be taken into account is that you would need to set "global-phyml-exe =
> true" in prottest.properties in order to use PhyML from the path.
> Kind Regards,
> On 07.05.2016 15:57, Andreas Tille wrote:
> > Hi Diego,
> > I wonder whether I missed something but I have not found any new
> > protest3 version which is not using netbeans. May be you simply
> > forgot to tag it on Github?
> > Kind regards and thanks for your cooperation
> > Andreas.
> > On Mon, Jan 18, 2016 at 01:45:59PM +0100, Andreas Tille wrote:
> >> Hi Diego,
> >> On Sat, Jan 16, 2016 at 02:30:58AM +0100, Diego Darriba López wrote:
> >>> I though I have already answered. Sorry for that. Effectively, that is the project for BrowserLauncher.
> >> OK, I've packaged this and uploaded to the Debian new queue.
> >>> I will upload the next release for ProtTest in the next days. The dependency has been removed, but there is also a recently found bug I need to fix.
> >> Sounds good!
> >> Thanks for your kind cooperation
> >> Andreas.
> >> --
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