[bt-devel] feature request
gza at gza.hu
Mon Nov 21 13:41:02 MST 2011
Thanks Greg, i'll looking the xiphos repository.
2011-11-21 21:37 keltezéssel, Greg Hellings wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 21, 2011 at 2:06 PM, Novák Géza<gza at gza.hu> wrote:
>> Shalom for everybody :)
>> excuse me, but i 'thinking about some feature in BT:
>> from crosswire:
>> - maps
>> - pictures
> CrossWire does not provide any such modules. You can get them from the
> Xiphos repository, and BibleTime displays them just fine. I was just
> looking at the Woodcuts module a few seconds ago.
>> and document import feature (eg. I have a bible-translation, or something
>> what is more than personal commentary, it 'd be possible
>> searching/bookmarking/commentaring in BT) ok, i've heard about OSIS but i
>> can't coding.
> OSIS is not the only way to create a SWORD module. Other import
> formats are permitted. You might read up about them on the CrossWire
> wiki site (http://www.crosswire.org/wiki). Some of those formats are
> very simple, like the "imp" format which looks something like this:
> $$$Genesis 1:1
> In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth
> $$$Genesis 1:2
> And the earth was formless and void and darkness was upon the face of the deep
> $$$Genesis 1:3
> This imp format can be used for Bibles, Commentaries, Lexicons,
> Dictionaries, General Books, etc.
> BibleTime hopes, in the future, to be able to offer more methods and
> formats for module import as well. These might not show up for a few
> more releases, but they are in our plans.
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