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Re: [Gnumed-bugs] <bug>: 0.6.rc3 still no luck printing meds

From: Karsten Hilbert
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-bugs] <bug>: 0.6.rc3 still no luck printing meds
Date: Fri, 08 Jan 2010 09:45:45 +0100

> silly me -- uploaded gm-print_doc instead of the.tex file but even after I
> tried to correct this by instead setting the master dat (form) to
> /home/jbusser/gm/cvs/gnumed/gnumed/server/sql/v11-v12/data/GNUmed-default_medication_list_template.tex
>       and un-check-marking
>               Processed by: "OpenOffice"

That should need to be set to LaTeX instead of OpenOffice - which
functionality I just recently enabled and did not yet test sufficiently.

> I got *another* exception (emailed a few minutes ago).
> Can I also therefore ask in relation to the attached screenshot which I
> had generated and saved earlier today:
> - is "medslist.tex", which was shown originally, an arbitrary file name
> that you provided or did I select the wrong item to edit?

That's arbitrary. medslist.tex was just the first filename I chose when
I developed the template. GNUmed simply keeps that name such that
it knows a suitable extension (.tex). Windows needs that for viewer
detection. LaTeX does want it for processing, too.

> - what is the difference between the names
>       Name
>       Alias
>       ?? is it anything to do with standardizing names across the backend 
> i18n?

That's more like long name and short name.

> - what is the relevance and requirements of
>       Template type

The code can use that to pre-select templates such that it knows which
template(s) can be used for which task.

>       Document type

That is what instances of templates will eventually end up as if kept
and imported. The medication list PDF is NOT kept and thus this is
not relevant in this context.

> - is there any relevance of
>       Processed by: <OpenOffice> {+} active

Sure, it tells GNUmed which engine (OpenOffice or LaTex) to
process the template with.

The [x] active checkbox is unrelated to that - it tells GNUmed whether
the praxis considers this template active, that is, selectable for use.

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