SMART Web Messaging Implementation Guide
The SMART Web Messaging Implementation Guide content has moved from this README to input/pagecontent/index.md. This document is used to feed the IG autopublisher, which populates: https://build.fhir.org/ig/HL7/smart-web-messaging/
The IG autobuilder automatically publishes on pushes to the main branch of this repo via a GitHub Webhook. It typically takes a few minutes for the build to detect changes and run.
More details on the autobuilder are here: https://github.com/FHIR/auto-ig-builder#fhir-implementation-guide-auto-builder
You can view the latest published content here: https://build.fhir.org/ig/HL7/smart-web-messaging/
If you don't see published content when you view that link, it means the autobuilder may be failing to build and publish the IG.
The IG autobuilder populates a few files as it works. When the IG is failing to publish, you can easily browse to those when visiting the link above. However, you can also view them when the publisher is working normally by visiting the links below.
The complete output of the autobuilder is saved here: https://build.fhir.org/ig/HL7/smart-web-messaging/build.log
The publisher produces an html page containing publication warnings and errors. View it here: https://build.fhir.org/ig/HL7/smart-web-messaging/qa.html
You can view all the auto published builds here: https://fhir.github.io/auto-ig-builder/builds.html.
To update the published IG, it is recommended that you test it locally before pushing changes back to the repo.
You must have
sushi to generate the IG. https://github.com/FHIR/sushi#installation-for-sushi-users
To convert the IG into the pulishable HTML content, you will run the latest version of the publisher, which will automatically be downloaded by the build process below. However, to view the content locally, you must have
jekyll installed locally. https://jekyllrb.com/docs/installation/
Please check out this repo and run the
build.sh script (see below). This will run sushi locally on the repo files, then apply the latest publisher to the sushi output to confirm that the publisher will work with the IG.
# Check out the repo. mkdir -p ~/code/HL7 cd $_ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:HL7/smart-web-messaging.git cd smart-web-messaging # Build and test the IG using a local sushi and publisher.jar. ./build.sh # The script will automatically open the local qa.html and index.html in your # default browser.
Building on Windows
- Install Node
- Install FHIR Shorthand
npm install -g fsh-sushi
npm install fsh-sushi
- Install Java (JDK 14 or later)
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