subsample binary conflicts with binary in phylobayes

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joseph.r...@gmail.com

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Aug 16, 2018, 10:05:28 AM8/16/18
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The bali-phy distribution includes a binary named "subsample"  PhyloBayes also includes a program called "subsample" which is already in my main PATH (/usr/local/bin/).  Is it absolutely necessary that the bali-phy "subsample" binary be accessible from the path.  Is there any way you could rename "subsample" to "bali-subsample" or something like that in a future version? It would be nice if all binaries from the package had a common prefix. Thanks!


Benjamin Redelings

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Aug 18, 2018, 12:17:38 AM8/18/18
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Hi Joseph,

Thanks for pointing this out.  'subsample' is a pretty generic name. I didn't realize it conflicted with phylobayes though.  I will try to fix that in version 3.4.  Prefixing everything with bali- would certainly solve the problem... I'm weighing the pros and cons on that. 

-BenRI


On Thu, Aug 16, 2018, 10:05 AM <joseph.r...@gmail.com> wrote:
The bali-phy distribution includes a binary named "subsample"  PhyloBayes also includes a program called "subsample" which is already in my main PATH (/usr/local/bin/).  Is it absolutely necessary that the bali-phy "subsample" binary be accessible from the path.  Is there any way you could rename "subsample" to "bali-subsample" or something like that in a future version? It would be nice if all binaries from the package had a common prefix. Thanks!


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