It is used to authenticates with Git Hub and create a personal access token.
It then sends the token to Galaxy, which in turn verifies that your identity and returns a Galaxy access token.
You can also use it to create a new role, remove roles, or perform tasks on the Galaxy website.
The command line tool by default communicates with the Galaxy website API using the server address At a basic level, including requirements files allows you to break up bits of roles into smaller files. Use the following command to install roles includes in the dependency chain.
You are only allowed to remove roles where you have access to the repository in Git Hub.
If you choose to create a token, grant minimal access to the token, as it is used just to verify identify.
The following shows authenticating with the Galaxy website using a Git Hub username and password: When you choose to use your username and password, your password is not sent to Galaxy.
You create the integration using the The setup command requires your Travis token, however the token is not stored in Galaxy.
It is used along with the Git Hub username and repo to create a hash as described in the Travis documentation.