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This is the Clinical Trials Registration System developed by BIREME/PAHO/WHO with the Brazilian Ministry of Health (Ministério da Saúde/DECIT), Fiocruz (Fundação Oswaldo Cruz/ICICT) and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO/WHO). The project Web site, documentation wiki and issue tracker are at: http://reddes.bvsalud.org/projects/clinical-trials The main Subversion repository is at: http://svn.reddes.bvsalud.org/clinical-trials There is also a git-svn mirror at: http://github.com/bireme/opentrials Dependencies ------------ OS dependencies (Ubuntu) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ sudo apt-get install build-essential python2.6-dev libxml2-dev libxslt1-dev sudo apt-get install apache2 libapache2-mod-wsgi sudo apt-get install mysql-server-5.1 libmysqlclient-dev Python libraries ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ - Python 2.4 or higher. Preference for 2.6 - Django 1.2 or higher - Some of database wrappers, like psycopg2 or MySQLDb - Python Imaging Library ( http://www.pythonware.com/products/pil/ ) - south - BeautifulSoup - mysql-python - lxml - Markdown - django-registration ( http://bitbucket.org/bireme/django-registration ) - django_compressor - django-nose - django-rosetta - django-reversion - django-plus - django-fossil We suggest you read a more detailed page at: http://reddes.bvsalud.org/projects/clinical-trials/wiki/HowToInstall virtualenv/setuptools --------------------- A way to install easilly a development/production environment is working with Virtualenv. To install it you just have to run the following commands: virtualenv --distribute --no-site-packages dev source dev/bin/activate The following command will install all dependencies you need: $ python setup.py install If some package wasn't installed properly, check one of those situations: - Setuptools will install only packages that aren't already installed in your default Python library path; - Maybe some package is a new version with backward incompatibilities that are conflicting with what we need. So, if you face one of above situations, please contact us so we can write it in our documentation.