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HL7 Engine Notes The HL7 Engine is a set of Pascal units that provide functions for parsing and compiling HL7 messages as well as for reading and writing messages as files or streams. In order to use the HL7 Engine in your own enterprises you simply have to add the file "hl7.pas" to your project. You may also want to add additional units like "msh.pas" etc. to your project to get higher-level support of certain HL7 functionality. All high-level units depend from "hl7.pas", which has therefore to be added in any case. In the directory "Example_Programs" you find sample programs that illustrate how to use the HL7 engine. The directory "Samples" contains sample HL7 messages for testing purposes. Files in the directory "Test Cases for FPCUnit" are for unit testing with FPCUnit. They are not necessary for normal use, except for the case that you want to improve and test the Unit Converter. About the PUMA repository The PUMA repository is a collection of units for development of medical applications in Pascal. See http://puma-repository.sf.net for details. License Files of the PUMA repository are licensed with a BSD license. This facilitates their usage in both free open source software and commercial applications. This software is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. J. W. Dietrich
Source: readme.txt, updated 2014-01-04

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