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[Gnumed-devel] Re: Date entry widget

From: richard terry
Subject: [Gnumed-devel] Re: Date entry widget
Date: Tue, 27 Aug 2002 08:40:45 +1000

Hi Julio,

Sorry no-one has replied, personally I missed your message. Most of us are 
full time general practitioners/hospital doctors and time is always 

Thanks for persisting. The entry wigit you mention has not been written yet, 
so if you would like to be involved with our project we would surely welcome 
you. Don't be put off by the lack of traffic on the list at the moment. 
Several of the major developers are in the middle of other things eg Ian 
Haywoood is studying for his final medical year examinations. I'd excpect 
activity to start on the project in earnest again around October 2002, and we 
have been hoping to get something functioning by early 2003.

Have you downloaded and got the cvs running?

On Monday 26 August 2002 9:14 pm, you wrote:
> I have send the folowing message to GUI gnu-project without response...
> --------------------------------------
> Hello.
> I'm looking for a date Entry widget, and I have seen at the GnuMed Design
> Document that it can be maken, and I don't like to program something that
> have been maken.
> If it is not true, I can to make a custom class for this widget under
> wxPython, with the document specifications and colaborate with this
> important project (and wxPython project also)
> regards
> Julio Jiménez
> ----------------------------------------
> I dont know if it is of your interest...
> I have been working in some usefull entry widgets and have finished its.
> Then I must to work in a Date Entry widget (with calendar button...) and
> this was the urgency of the message. (dont make twice the work that can
> exist ..maken)
> The widget that I have created is a wxNumberEntry, with the following
> properties:
> -Right alignment (both in windows or linux)
> -formated and customizable output (controlling, prefix, thousand separator,
> decimal separator, posfix)
> -data retrieve as number(float or integer) , string (valid to convert to n
> number) and formated string.
> -Ranges max and min with help dialog.
> It can be used for a large range of programs...
> If you want to try it, I can send to you with an example of use...
> I'm working in documentation then I'll send it to wxPython list.
> regards
> Julio Jiménez Borreguero
> Spain

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