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Re: [Health-dev] Error after installation of language pack

From: Luis Falcon
Subject: Re: [Health-dev] Error after installation of language pack
Date: Sun, 1 Mar 2020 20:06:27 +0000

Hi Axel !

On Sun, 1 Mar 2020 13:58:31 +0100
"Axel Braun" <address@hidden> wrote:

> Dear GNU Health hackers, 
> here is something to test.
> Setup of a new, clean GH installation, with new database:
> /tmp/
> 100%[==================================================================>]
>   4,13M  2,07MB/s    in 2,0s    
> 2020-02-28 18:41:01 [INFO] Installing / Updating language files for
> de ... 2020-02-28 18:41:01 [INFO] Language pack de sucessfully
> installed / updated 2020-02-28 18:41:01 [INFO] You now need to update
> the database modules

Language packages should not affect that issue. (they only include .po
files, not .cfg)

> file_open raise IOError('File not found : %s ' % name) OSError: File
> not found :

> -> translation is in directory health_calendar instead of calendar
> (same for health_webdav3_server and webdav)  

That is correct. For backward compatibility, the package (modules)
names are still "calendar" and "webdav", although they point to the
corresponding health packages. This has been like this for years now.

So, under trytond/modules, the following links should exist:

calendar -> ~gnuhealth/tryton/server/modules/health_caldav 

webdav -> ~gnuhealth/tryton/server/modules/health_webdav3_server

If you are using the package-based installation, take a close look at
how the of each package. For instance, let's look at the
health_caldav package:

** health_caldav package**. 
The "package_dir"  and "package_data" variables point to

package_dir={'trytond.modules.calendar': '.'},


        'trytond.modules.calendar': (info.get('xml', [])
            + ['tryton.cfg', 'view/*.xml', 'locale/*.po']),

Notice that it uses the "calendar" dir, which is linked to the

In other words, if you have the link in place, then everything will be
OK. The vanilla version does it. You can safely do the link, since
these are now GH packages only. No need to change anything on

Again, this is for backward compatibility with the original tryton
packages. For the upcoming GH version, we will have a script that
renames the module name at db level before the upgrade and everything
should be unified. But it has been like this for the last 3 years.

Hope this helps :)


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