Package Details: r-biocgenerics 0.46.0-1

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Package Base: r-biocgenerics
Description: S4 generic functions used in Bioconductor
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Licenses: Artistic2.0
Submitter: sauliusl
Maintainer: greyltc (peippo)
Last Packager: peippo
Votes: 0
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2017-03-16 17:11 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2023-06-21 09:13 (UTC)

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pekkarr commented on 2023-06-20 22:02 (UTC)

@peippo Sorry for the late reply, I didn't get notifications for this package.

Easiest way would be with nvchecker. It doesn't have a Bioconductor source by default, but the lilac project (which is an automatic build bot for Arch packages) has the rpkgs nvchecker source which I made that can be used to track also Bioconductor packages.

You could maybe consider joining the BioArchLinux project (which I recently became a member of), since it maintains a lot of R packages on AUR (and also in a custom repo) with lilac. The benefit of this is that the packages get updated automatically. The Github repository for the packages is here.

You could also setup the rpkgs source manually for nvchecker, by installing the python code to nvchecker_source directory in python site-packages, or even use a regexp for the package page in Bioconductor (nvchecker supports this without any additional setup except writing the regexp, there are examples in the BioArchLinux repo).

peippo commented on 2023-06-16 08:25 (UTC)

@pekkarr: Thanks for flagging this out-of-date, will update over the weekend.

Have you found any good way of keeping up to date with the bioconductor packages? For all other repositories, including CRAN, RSS endpoints exist, but bioconductor does not seem have an equivalent, do you know of any?

dviktor commented on 2022-01-17 20:13 (UTC)

I'm leaving maintenance and support for this package in favor of new repository. You can install pre-built packages from my repo