October 2015 Galaxy Release (v 15.10)

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Highlights

Reports Application
The reports web application has been greatly enhanced - including improved styling, new landing page, more reports, pagination, and sparklines. Huge thanks to Daniel Bouchard (@Airistotal) for these enhancements.
Upload
The Galaxy upload widget now features support for composite datatypes and improved styling.
Data Libraries
Improved API and UI for data libraries - including support for library folder management and search.

GitHub

New
% git clone -b master https://github.com/galaxyproject/galaxy.git
Update to latest stable release
% git checkout master && pull --ff-only origin master
Update to exact version
% git checkout v15.10

BitBucket

Upgrade
% hg pull
% hg update latest_15.10

See our wiki for additional details regarding the source code locations.

Deprecation Notices

The Mercurial repository at https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-dist is deprecated. We recommend deployers to switch their instances to git and follow the master branch of GitHub repository https://github.com/galaxyproject/galaxy Details are available at https://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Develop/SourceCode The next few releases will still be available on Bitbucket, but they may be less up to date than the corresponding GitHub branches.

The old UI of Data Libraries is deprecated and will be removed in the next release of Galaxy. The current Data Libraries Beta will replace it. The Data Library menu items were renamed accordingly.

The graphview visualization is deprecated and will be replaced in the next release of Galaxy.

The direct access to Tool Shed repositories through the Mercurial API is deprecated. It will be removed in a future release. Please use Planemo for uploading to the TS instead.

Release Notes

Fixes

To stay up to date with Galaxy’s progress watch our screencasts, read our wiki, and follow @galaxyproject on Twitter.

You can always reach us on Gitter or IRC.

Thanks for using Galaxy!

The Galaxy Team