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Re: [Health-dev] Steps to set up a development environement

From: Emilien Klein
Subject: Re: [Health-dev] Steps to set up a development environement
Date: Fri, 7 Mar 2014 18:37:32 +0100

2014-03-07 11:55 GMT+01:00 Luis Falcon <address@hidden>:
> Hi Emilien
> On 07/03/14 05:24, Emilien Klein wrote:
>> Hi -dev list,
>> In order to help with the FHIR development [0] I am setting up a
>> development environment.
>> I have created a new VM (Ubuntu 13.10) and am wondering what the
>> needed steps are.
>> - Should I just install the current GNU Health version, and then go an
>> remove the health* directories in the python installation path? Or
>> install Tryton, and then manually all dependencies for GNU Health?
>> - How do you test your development? Do you symlink your development
>> folder, or do you have to run an install command after each change
>> (hopefully not)
>> - What other tricks do you use to make developing GNU Health easier?
> For development we don't use the gnu health installer (although we could
> create one).
> Since we're going to be using the *development* branch (default), the
> best is to clone that branch.
> Similarly, GNU Health 2.6 will be Tryton 3.2 compatible, so you need to
> get the latest Tryton server and modules from the Tryton mercurial server.

Is that documented somewhere, maybe on the Tryton documentation site?

> For now, the list of tryton modules remain the same as in the stable
> installer.
> Once you have the two repos, just symlink the gnuhealth modules to the
> trytond/modules/ dir .

Do you symlink all the modules one by one, or can you just symlink the
entire gnuhealth folder to the trytond modules folder?

>> We'll integrate these answers on our wikibook [1] so that it becomes
>> reproducible for other future contributors.
> I just updated a couple of things on naming conventions and the custom
> directory for local projects.
> Best,
>> Thanks,
>>     +Emilien
>> [0]
>> [1]
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