IRC logs of #tryton for Tuesday, 2017-11-21

chat.freenode.net #tryton log beginning Tue Nov 21 00:00:01 CET 2017
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trytonnewbhi12:06
trytonnewbis this a place where i can ask12:06
trytonnewbhow do i get trytons source code12:06
semarietrytonnewb: http://hg.tryton.org/12:07
trytonnewbis there like a zip file12:08
semarieclic on "zip" link for the repository you want12:09
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semarieanyway, as tryton code is python, you could also download it from pipy12:10
semariefor example, here is the tryton client (4.6.0): https://pypi.python.org/pypi/tryton/4.6.012:10
trytonnewbif i want to modify like the ui or add a field then i need to edit the source code right?12:11
semariefor adding a field, the recommanded way is to add a new module12:12
semarietryton is flexible enough to support such customization12:12
semariechanging the ui (changing the order of fields, or removing field) is also possible this way12:13
semariebut directly altering existing code isn't straighful: it is something that you would have to do at each release12:14
semarie(but it would work)12:14
pokoliIndeed tryton modules are designed to be extended by third party modules allowing the customization12:18
trytonnewbhow good is erpnext compared to tryton12:25
pokolitrytonnewb: I've never tried erpnext12:27
pokolitrytonnewb: indeed, have you tried our demo: http://demo4.6.tryton.org/ ?12:28
trytonnewbnot yet12:29
cedkI had answered similar question there in french: https://linuxfr.org/news/sortie-de-tryton-4-6#comment-171903312:30
pokolitrytonnewb: if you explain us what are you searching for, we can give better advice12:30
cedkbut mainly, erpnext is more monolithique and Tryton exessivly modular and customizable12:30
trytonnewbhow is customize done/12:34
trytonnewb?12:34
cedktrytonnewb: by writing modules that extends existing model/view12:34
trytonnewbhmm so tryton is sort of a web base12:42
trytonnewbnot really a application type12:42
cedktrytonnewb: it is a 3-tiers and for the client tiers we have 3 application: web, desktop and script12:44
trytonnewbi downloaded the client12:47
trytonnewbis tehre a server?12:48
trytonnewbis neso the server?12:52
trytonnewbim doing this on wiondows12:52
Timitos"tryton" is the client and "trytond" the server. neso is obsolete and should no more be used12:53
Timitosthere is also "sao" the webclient12:53
pokolitrytonnewb: we also have a docker image for the server: https://hub.docker.com/r/tryton/tryton/12:55
pokoliprobably it's the easiest way to install it on windows12:55
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trytonnewbcan you explain how a docker works and how to install them on windows13:07
pokolitrytonnewb: docker is a system to launch containers. Containers are like virtual machines but more lightweight13:21
pokolitrytonnewb: we provide a container image so you can lunch tryton with a single command13:21
pokolitrytonnewb: Here is a tutorial to install it on windows: https://docs.docker.com/docker-for-windows/install/13:22
pokolitrytonnewb: once you have it installed, just open a command line and execute the commands explained on our image readme13:22
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mrichezhi, testing a scenario in proteus. I'm ordering lines on unit_price. Saving this order with set_sequence. And my scenario become incorrect. Before sequence with None value was first, now None value is at the end... I think default ordering on table is sequence then id ? So, is there something changed recently with sequence affecting this behaviour?15:00
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cedkmrichez: sequence_ordered uses ASC NULLS FIRST by default15:20
mrichezcedk: in my code (unchanged) i'm using a One2Many with order=[('sequence', 'ASC')]15:23
mrichezcedk: it seems before None values in sequence field where first ordered15:24
mrichezcedk: how to get previous behaviour with order ?15:25
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mrichezcedk: testing proteus with sqlite15:28
cedkmrichez: the order of NULL is not determined except if you specify it15:35
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mrichezcedk: ok, working now with order=[('sequence', 'ASC NULLS FIRST')] . Strange that i had good result in my scenario before.. Thanks for help :-)15:38
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