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Re: [Gnumed-devel] SOAP input draft committed to test-area/cfmoro... (sh

From: Carlos Moro
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] SOAP input draft committed to test-area/cfmoro... (shot attached)
Date: Wed, 17 Nov 2004 19:51:07 +0100
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Hi all,

here's the shot...

Carlos Moro wrote:

| (Sorry if this msg comes duplicated, yesterday wasn't delivered to
| the list :( )
| Hi all,
| I've been playing around with the multi-split based SOAP inpuut
| approach. It's commited in cfmoro's test-area. It's basically a
| very first try of customizing wxpython multisash. It's completely
| open for advice/review/discussion/changes/improvements (thanks a
| lot Karsten! ~ ;)  )... and it's not  completed at all...
| As functionality is not completed/clear , following those steps you
| can see what has been and what could be done:
| ~    1. python and usual Kirk values ~    2. empy
| soap collection panel and kirk's emr tree is displayed ~    3.
| select extraterrestrial infection health issue ~    4. first SOAP
| note displayed, with the health issue name as heading -> each soap
| editor has a reference to the selected/associated health issue.
| Instantiation happends in wxMultiClient. Avoiding duplicate entries
| of SOAP note per episode will be trivial to implement. ~    5. Drag
| and drop bottom sash creator (until middle or so) ~    6. Soap for
| selected problem (well.. the same, as we only have one problem) is
| created ~    7. Maybe split another form the bottom ~    8. By
| selected one or other split soap, its border gets yellow. ~    9.
| We can save the data of selected soap by clicking save button... as
| first test, selected soap note data is printed in stdout (in the
| console in the shot)
| Hope it will serve as a kind of starting point, i repeat it's
| completelly open  and changeable...
| Best regards, Carlos

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