[sword-devel] Compiling sword-1.5.0

Chris Marsh sword-devel@crosswire.org
Fri, 28 Jul 2000 11:15:38 +1000

Don't know.  Didn't even know it was there.  Will look at now at report back
ASAP. HOw up to date is this though?  What level of Sword are we looking at
with this?

Chris Marsh

Analyst Programmer
Hansen Corporation
Ph:	(03) 9843 8438
Fax:	(03) 9843 8590

-----Original Message-----
From: Troy A. Griffitts [mailto:scribe@crosswire.org]
Sent: Friday, 28 July 2000 11:12
To: sword-devel@crosswire.org
Subject: Re: [sword-devel] Compiling sword-1.5.0

Arghhhh.  Sorry, I haven't revisited the DLL issue.  I'm guessing the
old one I posted at:
didn't help the situation?


Chris Marsh wrote:
> I'm still trying to get a Sword DLL for Windows.... let alone use it.
> Chris Marsh
> Analyst Programmer
> Hansen Corporation
> Ph:     (03) 9843 8438
> Fax:    (03) 9843 8590
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chris Little [mailto:chrislit@chiasma.org]
> Sent: Friday, 28 July 2000 7:52
> To: sword-devel@crosswire.org
> Subject: RE: [sword-devel] Compiling sword-1.5.0
> Unfortunately, there is presently no solution for non-programmers to make
> modules, IMO.  You can use the GBF or other converters in the source tree
> if you can compile them--which generally requires you to be running
> linux.  (I figure if you're not a programmer, you don't have compilers
> lying around you Win32 machine.)
> I'd like to work on a nice GUI module editor for Win32, if not
> cross-platform, but I'm probably going to have to wait until I can figure
> out how to use a sword.dll in VB or such.
> I've also got some perl converters in the works, and those should work on
> Win32 for people who grab ActiveState's Perl for Win32.  But that won't
> look as nice (and be as appealing to use for the average user) as a GUI
> editor--something I feel is lacking from ALL of the Bible software I've
> seen on the market.
> --Chris Little
> On Thu, 27 Jul 2000, Dan Bertles wrote:
> > Chris, etc.,
> >
> > I have been mostly lurking for some time and have seen this question
> > often also.  I've also been looking, with baited breath, for an answer
> that
> > I could understand for the same period of time  ;  )
> >
> > I am operating in "Windoze" 95/NT and am not a programmer, but am more
> a
> > hacker.  I have edited modules using replace utilities, etc. and some
> funky
> > other stuff to remove the CR-LF characters, but I still don't have a
> > how to *create* a module.
> >
> > Can a utility be created that will convert some form of delimited file
> into
> > a sword compatible format?
> >
> > Sorry to beat this issue to death, and I'm sorry I'm not at the caliber
> > the rest of you to understand what has been presented in the past.
> >
> > Dan
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