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Posted by philip707 at Jan 29, 2011 7:41:33 AM
Re: Osis2mod commandline arguments for windows
when i try to prepare sword module nothing happend, the result i pasted here, anyone pls help me

Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7600]
Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

C:\Users\admin>cd sword

C:\Users\admin\sword>osis2mod tamil
You are running osis2mod: $Rev: 2562 $
OSIS Bible/commentary module creation tool for The SWORD Project

usage: osis2mod <output/path> <osisDoc> [OPTIONS]
<output/path> an existing folder that the module will be written
<osisDoc> path to the validated OSIS document, or '-' to
read from standard input
-a augment module if exists (default is to create new)
-z use ZIP compression (default no compression)
-Z use LZSS compression (default no compression)
-b <2|3|4> compression block size (default 4):
2 - verse; 3 - chapter; 4 - book
-c <cipher_key> encipher module using supplied key
(default no enciphering)
-N do not convert UTF-8 or normalize UTF-8 to NFC
(default is to convert to UTF-8, if needed,
and then normalize to NFC)
Note: UTF-8 texts should be normalized to NFC.
-s <2|4> bytes used to store entry size (default is 2).
Note: useful for commentaries with very large
entries in uncompressed modules
(2 bytes to store size equal 65535 characters)
-v <v11n> specify a versification scheme to use (default is KJV)
Note: The following are valid values for v11n:
Catholic
Catholic2
German
KJV
KJVA
Leningrad
Luther
MT
NRSV
NRSVA
Synodal
SynodalP
Vulg
-d <flags> turn on debugging (default is 0)
Note: This flag may change in the future.
Flags: The following are valid values:
0 - no debugging
1 - writes to module, very verbose
2 - verse start and end
4 - quotes, esp. Words of Christ
8 - titles
16 - inter-verse material
32 - BSP to BCV transformations
64 - v11n exceptions
128 - parsing of osisID and osisRef
256 - internal stack
512 - miscellaneous
This argument can be used more than once. (Or
the flags may be added together.)

See http://www.crosswire.org/wiki/osis2mod for more details.


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