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Re: no report generation, likely not only for pigx-rnaseq Re: What happened to r-cran-jquerylib ?

On 03.11.21 15:55, Andreas Tille wrote:
Hi Steffen,

Am Wed, Nov 03, 2021 at 12:58:53PM +0100 schrieb Steffen Möller:
Hi Andreas et al.,

We should think about what it means for us not to have a current version
of the DT cran package. For one, it kills the PIGX RNA-seq workflow.
What do you mean by "we should think"?  All we need to do is getting
r-cran-jquerylib *properly*.  Uploading a rejected package to new
without fixing the reasons for a reject is not speeding up things.

I layed out what I consider to have good chances to pass ftpmaster
inspection (see below).  Before I start working on this please confirm
that you asked for rejection of the current upload.

I presume in the meantime you have found the CC to r-pkg-team in which I
was asking for said removal. It predated the email to med by a couple of

Concerning the symbolic links - maybe the idea is better than I had
initially thought. Would there be a way to have a warning written when
an older version is requested? Maybe we should just not have the older
versions and provoke a clear and easily(?) detectable error.

The reason I am asking is that with pigx-rnaseq I have generated reports
that do not show two interactive figures. And I did not see anything
obvious on the JavaScript console. I now installed with guix to compare.
The more we fiddle with JavaScript, though, the more likely such
difficulties are likely to develop.


On 03.11.21 12:01, Andreas Tille wrote:
Hi again Steffen,

I'd strongly recommend to ask for rejection of your upload to NEW
to not create extra hassle for ftpmaster.

Kind regards

Am Tue, Nov 02, 2021 at 09:43:07PM +0100 schrieb Andreas Tille:

Am Sun, Oct 31, 2021 at 07:16:44PM +0100 schrieb Steffen Möller:
I just found there is a new upstream version. I'll upload it and then
likely see it in new.
That will be not successfully, thought.  My idea was to remove jquery
1.x and 2.x from the package and symlink to the Debian packaged version
of jquerylib 3.x.

Unfortunately I did not managed to do this up to now.  Feel free to
beat me in it - but simply uploading a new version to new will just
annoy ftpmaster.

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