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Re: [Gnumed-devel] placeholders in latex

From: Slappinjohn
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] placeholders in latex
Date: Thu, 02 Feb 2012 11:34:29 +0100
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Done. Applications were set, sensible-editor is vim, but none of these
is actually working.

After selecting episode and items gtklp shows up.


Am 01.02.2012 23:23, schrieb Karsten Hilbert:
> On Wed, Feb 01, 2012 at 10:46:56PM +0100, Slappinjohn wrote:
>> I was using openoffice/libreoffice for writing reports to collegues. The
>> main content was the SOAP-stuff but with some changes (like using better
>> language than you would normally use for your own notes).
> Nice to see GNUmed in actual use :-)
>> So openoffice seems not to be working in near future,
> I know :-(
>> I thought of completely converting this stuff to latex like
>> my billing-templates. But I have to review the entries in
>> SOAP before PDF-creation.
> Ah, I see. Well, paperwork is created like this:
> - export template
> - create instance
> - call instance.substitute_placeholders()
> - call instance.edit()
> - call instance.generate_output()
> - pass the output to the printing engine
> See the .edit() step ? This step is intended to allow just
> that: editing the substituted instance before actually
> generating the final output (PDF, mostly).
> In the case of LaTeX forms the .edit() step does this:
> - check the operating system configuration for the
>   editor for one of the following mime types:
>       u'application/x-latex'
>       u'application/x-tex'
>       u'text/plain'
> - run the command found
> - if none found then run "sensible-editor" (which will
>   only work on Debian, of course ;-)
> In other words: configure your OS to have an editor for .tex
> files and GNUmed should automagically do something like what
> you want ;-)
> Karsten

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