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Compilation error - Redhat 9

I've a couple of things. First, in the sword-1.5.9/utilities/diatheke/osiscgi.cpp file, there is an conditional "#include" statement that needs to be reworked so that it's turned on for Redhat 9 users.

#ifdef WIN32
#include <ctype.h>
#endif

I did this to make it compile.

/* #ifdef WIN32 */
#include <ctype.h>
/* #endif */

What I know about this sort of programming wouldn't fill a thimble, or I would have submitted a real fix also.

Second, when speaking of Lucene, are we to understand Apache's Lucene or some specific version of the "CLucene" program? I have clucene-core-0.9.15, but sword chokes terribly on it. I also have lucene-1.9.1 installed. Maybe there's a conflict?

Thanks to all the developers for making great Bible software available to Linux users.

Mike
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