[sword-devel] North Americian mirror for Java Bible
Tue, 7 Mar 2000 11:45:54 -0800
I've mirrored Joe's Java Bible at http://jmm.ath.cx/projectb.zip
My machine is in Canada so it should be fast for anyone in North America
(I've got ~2 MBps upstream). If you are on this side of the Atlantic, please
use this mirror since trans-Atlantic bandwidth is expensive and fairly
limited. I can't mirror the package here long term but I can help with the
On Tue, 07 Mar 2000, you wrote:
> Troy wrote:
> > What kind of web interface are you using-- servlets? jsps?
> I would have used JSPs except that they don't mix with XML particularly
> well (the internal data transfers use XML) and given XSL there isn't a
> huge amount of demand.
> > > Shout if you are interested.
> > > It may make lots of sense for my project to end up being part of Sword which is
> > > fine by me - I'd be interested in other opinions.
> > I would love to help write drivers that read our module formats so that
> > we might share data.
> > We'd love to sponsor your project also if you would like to use
> > CrossWire's services (cvs / web / mail / listserv / ftp / etc.)
> I've started setting up a SourceForge project but not got very far with
> > Let me know what you'd like to do.
> I suggest you take a look at the code so far. There are a few bugs
> that due to my dead NT box I won't get to fix for a week or so, but what
> is there is good. It is uploading as I type, to:
> It would probably be a good idea if Troy/someone were to mirror it. It is
> 6Mb and I have a bandwidth limit... It would also be quicker for most
> people to access since eireneh.com is in the UK.
> Un-zip it. Stuff to see:
> In the bin directory there are some .BATs that should give you a quick
> idea. There are command line utils and whatnot.
> It comes with full source which is GPL and may be of some use. If you want
> to recompile it then make sure you understand how I've made JDK 1.2
> collections work on JDK 1.1, You may need to edit the classpath a bit.
> As far as I know it works on:
> NT JDK 1.2.2 and MVM
> Debian Linux 1.1.4
> Win95 JDK 1.2.2 and MVM
> NT JDK 1.3-rc1
> HOWEVER if you use a 1.1 JDK you'll need to add swingall to the classpath.
> It comes with an embedded apache (tomcat) web-server which you can start
> $ java DTools
> and on the server tab there is a start webserver toggle. Pointing a
> browser to one of:
> Should give you an idea. There is also an embedded Swing browser but you
> might like to avoid that :)
> PLEASE shout if you need any help. I am awhere that the release is a bit
> rushed, if not premature. I will be more than happy to answer any
> Troy, I'm also ahwere that I don't want to lower the s/n ratio for Sword
> so I will be entirely happy if you want to direct traffic for this
> elsewhere. I'll leave that up to you.
> The download has finished now ...
> With love in Jesus