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[new port] biology/py-cutadapt: Finds and removes adapter sequences, primers, poly-A tails, etc

Authored by jwb on Nov 29 2017, 4:52 PM.



[new port] biology/py-cutadapt: Finds and removes adapter sequences, primers, po
ly-A tails, etc
Approved by: jrm (mentor) or wen (mentor)
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portlint -A: looks fine
Passed poudriere on {10.4,11.1}-{amd64,i386}
Tested in production by researchers.

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@mat has always asked me to ensure there is a tab after all = when setting Make variables. I'm not sure why? Maybe there are automated tools that parse the files. @mat?

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Should this say "..unwanted sequences.."?

The MASTER_SITE_SUBDIR def was generated by "port create", so if indeed there is a reason to have a tab in every def, we should probably submit a ports-mgmt/porttools PR. I just ran it again and the latest version did not add MASTER_SITE_SUBDIR, but there may be other cases where it inserts defs without a tab.

I generally omit tabs for very long variable names. I'll await @mat's reply before I change my habit.

Cosmetic fixes per mentor suggestions

Meh, I don't think it's worth a delay. There are many examples in the tree without the TAB. If @mat chimes in, it can always be updated without PORTREVISION bump.

This revision is now accepted and ready to land.Nov 29 2017, 9:53 PM

Already changed the *port*. I'll change my *habit* if @mat offers a good reason. Thanks..

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Never use MASTER_SITE_SUBDIR, this must be written as:

​MASTER_SITES=        CHEESESHOP/source/c/cutadapt


The framework already sets the correct subdirectory, so no need to write it yourself, so this is enough: