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[Health] Tryton Client with Windows XP

From: Christoph H. Larsen
Subject: [Health] Tryton Client with Windows XP
Date: Mon, 30 Jan 2012 23:23:18 +0430
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Dear Cédric,

Thanks a lot for your answer. Seems I cannot quote your reply, so allow
me to reply you as follows:
You said that the msvcr90.dll should be copied into the tryton
directory. This is already the case with the binary tryton client
download, achieved via the installation procedure.
However, if I use pip to build tryton from its bundle, where do I have
to copy the msvcr90.dll to for tryton to build? My python directory in
Windows is c;\python2.7\...
Thanks a lot!

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> Dear All,
> While I am happy finalising the installs and configuration of GNU Health
> on my FreeBSD server here in Kabul, I have had a few problems with the
> unsavoury subject of dealing with Windows, and the installation of the
> Tryton client therein.
> Here is the environment:
> Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
> If I simply install tryton-setup-2.2.1.exe, it does not work (fair
> enuff, but this needs one line in the documentation!), yet it does run
> after installation of python-2.7.2.msi, albeit with errors when it comes
> to sending and reading requests. My (no: any) timezone is not
> recognised, and the addition of python_dateutils does not resolve this
> issue.
> So, I thought I install the bundle. Heere is the new environment:
> Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600],
> python-2.7.2.msi installed as binary from the Python website,
> py2exe-0.6.9.win32-py2.7.exe,
> setuptools-0.6c11.win32-py2.7.exe
> I issued easy_install pip and got that one into the box, too.
> Then, I issued: pip install tryton.
> And get this:
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
> error: can't copy 'msvcr90.dll': doesn't exit or not a regular file
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
> In response to that error message, I did install vcredist_x86.exe, (not
> the SP1 verison), which gave me version 10 of the above dll. After some
> extra search, I was able to download the dll file itself, and put it
> into the c:\windows\system32 directory. Still, no fun, same error.
> Needless to say that the *nix-based installation of the Tryton client
> via package or bundle works like a charm. Just make sure you get the
> right version of python_dateutils, so better use pip!
> This highlights two things:
> (1) If you deal for too long with Unix, Windows becomes rather hard.
> (2) We need - rather urgently - a web client.
> Any idea how to solve the above conundrum?
> Thanks a lot,
> Chris

Dr. Christoph H. Larsen
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