Mountain Meadow Medical Records

Stages of use:

Working with M Program Code

You can download the entire project's code from the SourceForge repository of open-source software projects. This includes source code for the program, documentation, database schemas and backups and scripts and other resources.
Locate 'Mountain Meadow EMR' at http://sourceforge.net or go directly to the site at http://sourceforge.net/projects/mountainmeadow/?source=directory

The url of the code repository is given on the SourceForge site under the Code section, near the top where it says
Read-Only Access:
svn checkout svn://svn.code.sf.net/p/mountainmeadow/code/trunk mountainmeadow-code
You can use that url to download the code using a program like Tortoise svn.

We recommend using TortoiseSVN for subversion checkout and to easily keep the code up to date with changes.

Instructions for getting the code are on the SourceForge MountainMeadowEMR site under menu item Code, SVN.

Compiling the Code

Compiling the code does require a bit of setup. You should download the code though even if you don't plan to compile it. The code has the latest database update scripts and documentation in it that you can update from time to time with Tortoise SVN. The general steps are:

Maintaining the Code

Of course your own plugins will not be affected by changes in the repository over time, but any change you make to the main code will. Also your plugins will be compiled with reference to MM3Common.dll which would require a re-compile on your part any time the version number of MM3Common.dll changes. We anticipate that happening once a year. At this time changes to the main repository must be submitted for consideration to m@eastridges.com. You may choose to create your own plugins, re-compiled yearly, and also download continuously updated versions of the program from this website already pre-compiled. Notice you will also have to apply database scripts as they are created to keep the database in sync with the code.