Last stable galaxy Release 16.10 or 17.01 ?

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Last stable galaxy Release 16.10 or 17.01 ?

NGS & Bioinformatics Platform

Dear galaxy-dev list members,

 

Can somebody tell us, which version of galaxy is the last official stable release ?  16.10 branch has been merge with master but not the 17.01. Additionally this 17.01 branch seems to have a lot of recent commit,  is it normal  ?

Is it safe to update our local galaxy repository with these 17.01  changes or is it better to wait a little  and stay with  galaxy 16.10  for the moment ?

 

Thanks for your help.

 

 

 
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Re: Last stable galaxy Release 16.10 or 17.01 ?

Martin Čech
Hello,

16.10 is the latest release however release of 17.01 is imminent and will probably happen early next week. The release_17.01 branch is what usegalaxy.org runs for the past few weeks without any big issues. 
The choice is yours but updating to release_17.01 now is alright I think as along as you keep it updated with what will be added in the future.

Thanks for using Galaxy,

Martin

On Fri, Feb 17, 2017 at 10:49 AM NGS & Bioinformatics Platform <[hidden email]> wrote:

Dear galaxy-dev list members,

 

Can somebody tell us, which version of galaxy is the last official stable release ?  16.10 branch has been merge with master but not the 17.01. Additionally this 17.01 branch seems to have a lot of recent commit,  is it normal  ?

Is it safe to update our local galaxy repository with these 17.01  changes or is it better to wait a little  and stay with  galaxy 16.10  for the moment ?

 

Thanks for your help.

 

 

 
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Re: Last stable galaxy Release 16.10 or 17.01 ?

NGS & Bioinformatics Platform

Thank you Martin for this fast and complete answer.

 

Best regards.

 

 

From: Martin Čech [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: 17 February 2017 16:56
To: NGS & Bioinformatics Platform; [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [galaxy-dev] Last stable galaxy Release 16.10 or 17.01 ?

 

Hello,

 

16.10 is the latest release however release of 17.01 is imminent and will probably happen early next week. The release_17.01 branch is what usegalaxy.org runs for the past few weeks without any big issues. 

The choice is yours but updating to release_17.01 now is alright I think as along as you keep it updated with what will be added in the future.

 

Thanks for using Galaxy,

 

Martin

 

On Fri, Feb 17, 2017 at 10:49 AM NGS & Bioinformatics Platform <[hidden email]> wrote:

Dear galaxy-dev list members,

 

Can somebody tell us, which version of galaxy is the last official stable release ?  16.10 branch has been merge with master but not the 17.01. Additionally this 17.01 branch seems to have a lot of recent commit,  is it normal  ?

Is it safe to update our local galaxy repository with these 17.01  changes or is it better to wait a little  and stay with  galaxy 16.10  for the moment ?

 

Thanks for your help.

 

 

 


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