[sword-devel] 1.5.1a WIN32
Troy A. Griffitts
Tue, 07 Nov 2000 12:58:36 -0700
This message is about where to find the latest windows version.
"Troy A. Griffitts" wrote:
> There is a new test windows binary available at:
> you will also need a locale pack from the source. I've zipped up the
> latest here, for those that don't have the source checked out:
> put the new exe in your sword directory, replacing the old one, and
> unzip the locale pack in your sword dir also (probably c:\Program
> Files\CrossWire\The SWORD Project\).
> You'll find a rough implementation of some new features. The
> preferences dialog is a mess, but has some of the new stuff available
> from there. You'll have to restart the program after changing options
> for many of them to take effect.
> Also, for many of the new features to work, you'll have either download
> the latest version of a few key modules, or merely add appropriate lines
> in the modules' .conf files, probably located in:
> c:\Program Files\CrossWire\The SWORD Project\mods.d
> Here's a grep from the website's module repository:
> For example, thayer.conf might look something like this when you are
> done editing:
> Description=Thayer's Greek Lexicon
> About=\qc Thayer's Greek Lexicon \par\par \pard \
> This is a lexicon of Greek words keyed off of Strong's numbers.
> I'm looking mostly for comments about the features and suggestions. I
> haven't spent much time on trying to make it stable. You're still
> welcome to report bugs, though, also.
> For the really ambitious, this is built on the latest 1.5.1a library, so
> there is basic speed search support built in. You'll need to prime the
> module for speed search manually though. This entails downloading the
> placing it in your sword directory,
> opening a dos prompt,
> CDing to your sword directory (can be tricky with spaces in the path
> name), e.g.
> cd "Program Files"
> cd CrossWire
> cd "The SWORD Project"
> then running the mkfastmod program on the module you want to prime.
> mkfastmod KJV
> Thanks again for your willingness to help! Keep the suggestions and
> comments coming.