[sword-devel] Re: Index help
Tue, 21 Mar 2000 21:30:24 -0500
Well my work came to a screeching halt when my Builder4 Enterprise
Trial ENDED. Cant compile InstallMGR without the Professional
or Enterprise Internet Tools.
Good news is that I got builder5 Professional so I have the Net tools
now permanantly. PROBLEM. I can not compile the 4.0 files without a linker
ERROR in numerous places. So I guess I now have to wait for you to
upgrade and them make a 5.0 project available for me to start over on...
Compiled in 4.0 fine and crashes under 5.0 with NO CHANGES atleast on my
end. Your milage may vary...
You may wish to change my email address in the list server. I dont remember
but I think it was email@example.com. That account is ending in 1 week.
Please change to firstname.lastname@example.org
----- Original Message -----
From: Chris Little <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, November 09, 1999 2:59 AM
Subject: Re: [sword-devel] Re: Index help
> I made the BHS, JPS, and HNV modules. The JPS was made with prn2sword using
> the standard output from OLB. If you want to try reproducing this, you'll
> have to find an older copy of OLB (version 8.0.x rather than 8.1.x) because
> I believe the output format has changed slightly. The BHS and HNV were both
> produced from plaintext using a modified version of on of Troy's tools.
> Character mapping and font direction seem to be problems with the BHS
> module. I believe that OLB solves the direction problem by listing verses
> in reverse order--somewhat odd on the one hand, but it does appear and can
> be read correctly. For fonts, I recommend we move to SIL Ezra from SIL's
> freeware Hebrew font package
> (http://www.sil.org/computing/fonts/silhebrew/). BTW, they also have
> accented greek fonts at http://www.sil.org/computing/fonts/silgreek/. If
> you check their site at
> http://www.sil.org/computing/fonts/silhebrew/BHSTexts.htm they even have
> directions for obtaining a BHS and converting it to SIL Ezra's character
> mapping using a utility they give out. You could vary the method if you
> want a different particular character mapping.
> --Chris Little