[sword-devel] Implemented writable interface in RawText
Troy A. Griffitts
Thu, 31 Aug 2000 17:52:53 -0700
> OK, got it working. I was hoping there was a working binary. But at least
> Cvs is set up now.
you can now right click on the sword module in the CVS browser window
and select 'update', and you will resync your repository with the latest
code on the server. There is a good option to check when doing this...
something like 'create directories if they don't exist'. This will not
only update your currently checked out code, but will also add any new
directories that have been added to the tree.
I've compiled mod2vpl, vpl2mod, and mkfastmod. They are in the alpha
directory on the test page. I DON'T KNOW IF THEY WORK CORRECTLY ON
WINDOWS; I'VE ONLY COMPILED THEM.
I also added a subdirectory: bcppmake, that contains the project files
to build these utilities under Borland C++ Builder.
Let me know if they work! :)
> >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).
> Yes, newbie. As long as people are sharing their favorite Bible/software
> metaphors, here is one for good documentation. Jer 33.3 "Call to me, and
> I will answer you, and will show you great things, and difficult, which you
> don't know." WEB :-)