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Conda dependency seemingly installed but failed to build job environment.

Alexandre
Hi everyone,

I'm trying to develop a suite of tools using planemo and conda to resolv the dependencies. However, I'm getting the following errors:
PaddingError: Placeholder of length '80' too short in package /home/alexandre/miniconda2/envs/mulled-v1-7310548f515d1cc3a7cb34c2a7ebfca0f3d7105c7b326b09226b07ee94a5a142/bin/Rscript.
The package must be rebuilt with conda-build > 2.0.

Then, the process finishes with the error:
DependencyException: Conda dependency seemingly installed but failed to build job environment.

The last test output is attached.

I'm using Galaxy 17.01 and I've tried to use the solution presented here, but I got no success. I've set the Galaxy config but it seems that planemo hasn't using this values:
conda_prefix = /home/alexandre/_conda
conda_exec = /home/alexandre/_conda/bin/conda
conda_debug = True
conda_ensure_channels = iuc,bioconda,r,defaults,conda-forge
conda_auto_install = True
conda_auto_init = True
use_cached_dependency_manager = True
tool_dependency_cache_dir = /home/alexandre/_conda/_cache

I'm running the planemo test with the line:
planemo t --galaxy_root <galaxy_17.01_dir>

Furthermore, the installation process of conda dependencies take so long every time I run the test. It is normal?

The project is on Github on this link
I don't know if I develop these tools using only conda or if I use TS to solve dependencies. 
I'll appreciate any help!

Thank you.

--
Alexandre Defelicibus, Me.

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