|Posted by troypulk at Oct 5, 2010 10:06:07 PM|
Re: Thanks a lot, Manfred!
As far as I know it works for Windoze but I'm not sure I only use Linux.
The command line should be close to the same, this is what I use:
/usr/bin/osis2mod . bible.xml -z
you want to run this code in the location of your bible.xml
so put the path or location of where the osis2mod is located, the -z is to compress the files into the following.
It will produce 6 files in the Dir. where your bible.xml is located that look like this:
nt.bzs, nt.bzv, nt.bzz, ot.bzs, ot.bzv, ot.bzz
you will want to put them here:
But first rename the files that are already there so you will not over write them, like this nt1.bzs
If you just type
only in the command line you will get usage details.
If you want to update the osis2mod to the latest version go here:
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