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Re: [Health-dev] Install GNU Health from source

From: Luis Falcon
Subject: Re: [Health-dev] Install GNU Health from source
Date: Thu, 22 Nov 2012 22:48:38 -0300

On Thu, Nov 22, 2012 at 5:51 PM, Emilien Klein
<address@hidden> wrote:
> 2012/11/22 Luis Falcon <address@hidden>:
>> Thanks ! Check if you can fix it on the Wiki !
> Wiki updated (along with some other minor stuff)
> I've also started a new page about contributing to the project:
> Reason is that I'm thinking about adding HL7 support, starting with
> basic ADT (I'll send more details later) but for now I'm a bit unclear
> on how you guys set up your development environments. It would be nice
> if you could add some details to that page, serving as a first step
> for people that want to start coding.
Great ! We tend to integrate Health with free software middleware,
like Mirth connect or others for HL7 messaging. But please feel free
to let us know your thoughts.

>>> Also, I had to manually remove the health_qrcodes module after executing
>>> `make install`, since I wasn't able to find the python module that provides
>>> `qrcode`. Where did you get the Python module from?
We use qrcode library (

> Where do you get the Python module for qrcode?
>>> There is no file man/gnuhealth.1 in the tarball. I've looked in the tarball
>>> for several 1.6.X, 1.4.X and 1.3.X but couldn't find a `man` folder. Might
>>> you have forgotten to include it?
>> The man folder is under the main health module . But we need to fix
>> the Makefile to health/man instead of man in 1.8
>> If you can open a bug on Savannah for this, it would be great !
> Done:
>>> I've just subscribed to the -dev mailing list, so now it's not necessary to
>>> CC me anymore ;)
>> Great :-)
>> Please make sure you subscribe to the general list also
>> (address@hidden) for non-development issues.
> Well, I'm trying to reduce a bit on my email, so I might do that later ;)
>     +Emilien

Luis Falcon
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