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Re: [Gnumed-devel] GNUmed on Windows

From: Sebastian Hilbert
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] GNUmed on Windows
Date: Sat, 25 Mar 2006 18:39:26 +0100
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On Monday 20 March 2006 21:37, Sebastian Hilbert wrote:
> Imagine my surprise when I checked out gnumed anonymously via eclipse adn
> it actually worked quite well. Here is what I did. Just for the heck of it
> I checked out a copy of gnumed via eclipse. I dove down some CVS
> subdirectories double clicking in /wxpython. The login dialog
> showed up. What a suprise. I almost fell off my chair when I entered my
> login credentials and GNUmed showed. Being quite exited about it I entered
> kirk in the search box. Expecting it not to work I was proven to be wrong.
> It did. Wow. Hacking GNUmed on Windows with wxpython 2.6 it actually made
> GNUmed run on Windows. Wow.
A binary installer of GNUmed 0.2 is available for testing. Hassle free 
installation. Double click the exe and there you go. Pre configured to either 
work off a local postgres or off the internet database.

Perfomance is sluggish when working off the internet database but quite good 
when using a local database

I started to port the bootstraping process to Windows. I need help with some 
issues but overall it looks pretty good since most of the logic is inside the 
python bootstrap script. 

Here is what I need to make the installer and bootsrap script more user 

1.)     figure out the python location and patch some batch scripts during 
installation. Ideally this should be done without any dependcies. Windows 
commands only.

2.) figure out postgresql's location in windows and add it to the PATH 
Sebastian Hilbert 
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