[sword-devel] Implemented writable interface in RawText

Troy A. Griffitts sword-devel@crosswire.org
Thu, 31 Aug 2000 01:49:48 -0700

	It's in the latest CVS tree.  To use CVS, grab a nice GUI tool like
winCVS (http://www.wincvs.org) and check out the sword module from our
anonymous cvs server via instructions from wincvs and our cvs info on
the dev site.  Then, when you have the source, look in the directory:
sword/utilities for a file called vpl2mod.cpp

Hope this helps.  CVS can have a learning curve, at first, but afterward
it is a nice way to always keep you local copy of the source in sync
with the most current work, and to submit bug fixes, etc.


PS.  It might be helpful to others for you to update our CVS info on the
dev page as you learn how to check out the code from a cvs newbie
perspective (at least, I'm assuming that you've not used CVS before).

Jerry Hastings wrote:
> At 01:56 PM 8/30/2000 -0700, Troy A. Griffitts wrote:
> >Have a look at vpl2mod.  This uses a few new functions that I've pushed
> >back into the API like:
> I know I should know this, but how do I find that file. :-)
> Jerry