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Comment: C: Biopython Development on Ubuntu
... I can edit the files obtained from git clone, but then I can't run that code anymore because I get the error that I linked in the first post. I know it makes no sense to me either but I got the same problem in the virtual environment. ...
written 4 months ago by ldaveyl0
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Comment: A: Biopython Development on Ubuntu
... I tried what you all suggested, but I kept hitting the same roadblock: I can't make changes in my Biopython clone and also run the code. So the only solution I see here is to develop in a different biopython and then when I know the code works I will make the changes in the clone and then push them ...
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Comment: C: Biopython Development on Ubuntu
... that is so useful to know, thanks! ...
written 4 months ago by ldaveyl0
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Comment: C: Biopython Development on Ubuntu
... My goal is to push changes to the source repository from my forked repository. I'm following [this][1] tutorial. Just now I made a local clone of my fork in the Ubuntu VM but alas, python can't find biopython. The fork is cloned in the "Documents" folder. [1]: https://biopython.org/wiki/GitUsag ...
written 4 months ago by ldaveyl0
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Comment: C: Biopython Development on Ubuntu
... Thank you for replying, I realize I did a poor job explaining what my problem is. 1. I made a local clone of the forked biopython repository on Windows. 2. I shared the folder between my Windows and Ubuntu VM. 3. I set the $PYTHONPATH variable on Ubuntu to the folder which contains biopython ...
written 4 months ago by ldaveyl0
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Biopython Development on Ubuntu
... **see comments for better explanation** Hi Everyone, I’m a master student in Bioinformatics and I’m interested in contributing code to Biopython. I'd like to work with Github and on a Ubuntu Virtual Machine, however, when I fork the github repository and make a local clone (on Ubuntu or Windows) ...
ubuntu biopython development written 4 months ago by ldaveyl0

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