Moving to Gitlab


With the acquisition of Github by Microsoft, regardless of the promises made now, I thought it would be best to move my repos somewhere else. That somewhere right now seems to be GitLab. Im #MovingtoGitLab.

All my repos across GitHub and BitBucket have been moved there and I intend to continue development there.

AuShadha (Au) which I had worked on for so long had taken a back set for some years now as pressing personal and professional commitments caused interruptions.

ICD 10 parser, ICD10 PCS parser, FDA DrugBankCa medication list parser have all been moved there.

Three variants of AuShadha are being tried by me as I recode Au. These pertain to choices of the front end. All there are embryonic and will continue to remain so until I find more time.

When I started it in 2009 things were a lot different and Django was supreme choice in Python world. Things have gone more Javascript way with a confusing profusion of frontend frameworks , especially ones that play well with NodeJs but don’t play well or needs rewiring to play well with Django. Dojo which was my intial choice also has moved on from 1.7 when I started to 1.11 now and looking ahead at 2.0 with TypeScript usage.

I’ve chosen Dojo 2.0, EmberJS, Polymer as the three front ends to try and hang my hat on at the moment. The old Au with Django 1.7 and Dojo 1.10 would be kept but I don’t plan to update it to new the library versions as it’s too laborious.

I’ve moved Django to 2.x and Python to 3.5. This is a full rewrite. Infact if Django doesn’t play well with JS framework I am open to changing it some other backend.

To those who were wondering about Au and it’s fate -watch this space.

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