[sword-devel] intro + testing programs
Thu, 5 Jul 2001 15:27:42 +0100
> Definitely! You could try porting the sword lib to Psion.
ok. i'll give it a go, and see what happens!
> Definitely interested too.
> But IMO for bibles there are different ways of storing information in the
> index, esp. using bitmaps for large search results (1bit = 1verse) that
> easily be combined with logical operators (AND, OR etc...).
> This will need some discussion and input from the others, but that is
> something you could work on! But let's start with the compression.
ok. i'll download the source, and put it in. should, in theory, work.
i'll try it out.
> has an architecture open for different compression algorithms, so
> your algorithm should be rather easy...
good... makes my job a LOT easier. lol.
> > ps, does your c++ compiler support assembly sub-routines. some don't
> Because sword does run on different architectures you cannot use assembler
> code. Well written c++ code and a good compiler should be almost as
doh! forgot that. it's not that much of a problem, i'll translate to c++
(gives me a chance to do some more work on my c++ code anyhow!
> P.S. please turn off HTML in emails. Thank you.
oops. sorry. didn't realise it was still on!
yours in christ,
rayden (aka chris)