* Nicolas Évrard [2018-02-14 10:46 +0100]:
Because for me that would be a solution: instead of patching trytond
with the really bad patch you're using you could just patch GNU Health
(thus not impacting users of trytond) and you're done, this whole
issue become void.


Another solution would be (as I proposed), to package trytond and the
trytond-with-gnu-health-patch separately. It might be a bit of work.
But in the end I guess you will have to do it given the fact that GNU
Health adds features to the client that might become incompatible in
the future.

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