[Biopython-dev] We need better doc strings for primer records so here is a diff

Michiel Jan Laurens de Hoon mdehoon at ims.u-tokyo.ac.jp
Sun Feb 20 23:30:47 EST 2005

That's good to know. I agree then to keep the non-attachment policy on 
the mailing list.


Iddo Friedberg wrote:
> Actually, it is possible to post attachments to bug reports, and also to
> tag them specifically as patches, I just tested it. An attachment cannot
> be posted when creating the bug report, but it can be posted later, upon
> assignment.
> Therefore I suggest we keep the non-attachment policy on the mailing
> lists as-is.
> ./I
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> On Mon, 21 Feb 2005, Michiel Jan Laurens de Hoon wrote:
>>A better way to submit patches would be through bugzilla, accessable through the 
>>Biopython home page. Patches tend to get lost if they're submitted by email.
>>Currently, however, it is not possible to add an attachment to a bug report 
>>posted with bugzilla. From the bugzilla documentation, it seems that it is 
>>possible to add attachments, so maybe our bugzilla is simply not configured for 
>>To change the bugzilla configuration, I think we need to change some templates 
>>in /home/websites/bugzilla on biopython.org. But we don't have permission to 
>>those files, and this may be set up jointly for the bio* projects.
>>Unless somebody can come up with a better patch submission system, I'll go ask 
>>around on the bioperl mailing list.
>>Jonathan Taylor wrote:
>>>I think my first post got blocked because I attached a diff.  Can we 
>>>please turn off all protection to the list now that it is registered 
>>>users only?
>>>The diff I attached is at:
>>Michiel de Hoon, Assistant Professor
>>University of Tokyo, Institute of Medical Science
>>Human Genome Center
>>4-6-1 Shirokane-dai, Minato-ku
>>Tokyo 108-8639
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>>Biopython-dev at biopython.org

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