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Re: [Gnumed-devel] gmEditArea broken

From: Sebastian Hilbert
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] gmEditArea broken
Date: Fri, 28 Nov 2003 22:53:13 +0100
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> looks to me like self.patient has not been correctly initialized.
> I have seen this behaviour before, but right now I can exit GnuMed without
> problems. There are so many inconsistencies in the clinical gui that it is
> not really a surprise. There is a lot to do...
I always hesitate to pick this up because I can do little to make these 
problems go away. Let us just assume that new developers don't know more 
about GNUmed than I do. How can they find out ?

Do we have concepts ? 
Can someone please describe the concepts. I mean actually write a document !?

Who cares if these concepts might change a hundred times. IMHO it is more 
important to have bad documentation than to have none.

Weak developers like myself need examples. Let us at least implement one GUI 
plugin the way it should be done. I volunteer do adapt all other plugins to 
the concepts once I know them.

I will write a document 'How to code a plugin for GNUmed'. It will be very 
poor from an experienced programmer's perspective but maybe you get the drift 
and it can show you just what the problems for new developers are.


> > Looks like Hilmar added _save_data().
> Not *this* one. I added _save_date for all EditAreas that had no _save_data
> method because the default _save_data() will throw an exception by default
> (it's supposed to be overloaded by every EditArea).
> Hilmar

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