[Bioperl-l] Global version number for all bioperl modules
Donald G. Jackson
donald.jackson at bms.com
Wed Jun 4 09:45:04 EDT 2003
On Monday, June 2, 2003, at 04:09 AM, Heikki Lehvaslaiho wrote:
>> They are commonly set at 0.1 and never
>> changed again. Unless someone feels very strongly against that I am
>> going to remove them all.
> Great. Go for it. -hilmar
No argument from me, but I do have a related question:
I often have 3-4 bioperls on my system at once - currently, 1.02, 1.21 and bioperl-live.
This can make debugging fun - if I land in a particular module, it's hard to know which release it came from, so it's hard to tell if I've hit a version change or a bug.
Is there a way to get information on which _release_ a module belongs to? If not, could this be implemented - perhaps in Bio::Root::Root since (afaik) all Bio:: modules inherit from this?
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