Re: [COMBINE-lab/RapMap] rapmap v0.6.0
On Tue, Feb 05, 2019 at 11:17:25AM +0200, Michael Crusoe wrote:
> We packaged rapmap for Debian because we were packaging salmon as well.
> Looks like we adopted the numbering of the salmon-v* release of rapmap
> (recently 0.12) so this 0.6.0 release will currently be ignored as it is
> numerically smaller.
> Is that okay with you? What would you like done in the future?
As far as I understood (which does not mean that it is correct) new
rapmap releases are featuring a 'salmon-' prefix and are closely related
to salmon releases. This understanding is in fact in contrast to the
recent rapmap 0.6.0 release and is not visible for our scanner for new
releases that is at version 0.12 as Michael said.
> În mar., 5 feb. 2019 la 06:59, Rob Patro <email@example.com> a scris:
> > This release brings the master branch and tagged release up to date with
> > many of the bug fixes, developments and improvements that have been going
> > into the develop-salmon branch in support of salmon development. Among
> > the most important new features in this release is the ability to have
> > rapmap apply *selective-alignment* to improve the sensitivity and
> > specificity of the mappings. For more details on *selective-alignment*
> > and mapping validation, refer to the release notes of salmon
> > <https://github.com/COMBINE-lab/salmon/releases/tag/v0.12.0> --- and
> > specifically options related to the --validateMappings. This release also
> > adds the ability to optionally write out unmapped reads in the output SAM
> > with the -u flag.
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