Rawhide is on perl-bioperl-1.6.1, but 1.6.9 is now available.
Created attachment 516343 [details]
BioPerl paths patch, updated for 1.6.901
Created attachment 516346 [details]
New paths patch for BioPerl-Run
Created attachment 516350 [details]
BioPerl spec, updated for 1.6.901
Created attachment 516351 [details]
BioPerl-Run spec, updated for 1.006900
The above specs and patches allow BioPerl 1.6.901 and BioPerl-Run 1.006900, latest as of today, to build and install on RHEL 6.
The specs are crude and will require much further linting, but it took me a while to even get this far, so perhaps this will be a useful starting point.
Note that the BioPerl-Run version number underwent a change of format, and is now less than the number of the previous version.
Also, Bio::Phylo was required for this update; the basic spec generated by cpanspec worked for that.
Thanks for the patches. I'll look into applying them and updating as soon as I get a chance.
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I have actually orphaned the package back in 2012 because I don't use it as much anymore:
but I had volunteered to stay on as a co-maintainer. Unfortunately nobody stepped up and they were removed in March 2013. I'm willing to reenable them if I can get some help maintaining them.
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