[sword-devel] beta 1.5.2 WIN32 binary available

Chris Little sword-devel@crosswire.org
Mon, 18 Jun 2001 21:26:41 -0700

> For FinPR, The letter after "Phy" in the modules description 
> "1938 PhyZ Raamattu" appears as a black block.

I think that's a Z with a breve, a high ascii character that has a
tendency to cause problems.  But hey, that's the module name, what can
we do?
> I think that InstallMgr should remove the directory,

I agree, but it's not a critical bug for the 1.5.2 release.  This would
never have been apparent except that we've started moving modules around
as they change to new drivers. MHC, JFB, LXXM, & BHS all used to be raw
modules and are now compressed.

> and that 
> Sword.exe should not include modules that it can't find a 
> .conf file for.

I'm confused by that.  Shouldn't a .conf be the only way it knows to
display a module?
> LXXM Module
> Empty Morphological Tags are showing. e.g. Genesis 1:1-2 (Not 
> sure how this will appear in your email client.)
> 1??() ????(1 DSF) ????????(AI AAI3S) ?(A NSM) ????(2 NSM) 
> ???(A ASM) ???????(2 ASM) ???() ???(A ASF) ???(1 ASF) 2?(A 
> NSF) ??() ??(1
> NSF) ??(9 IAI3S) ???????(1B NSM) ???() ??????????????() ???() 
> ??????(3E NSN) ?????() ???(A GSF) ???????(2 GSF) ???() 
> ??????(3M NSN) ????(2 GSM) ?????????(1I IMI3S) ?????() ???(A 
> GSN) ??????(3T GSN)
> (Is this related to the GBFRTF problem you mentioned Chris?)

Yes.  The empty tags are 1 character long tags.  This is fixed and will
be working in the next build.

> BTW - Is there some reference to what these tags mean?

Yep.  There should be a file called lxxm.doc in the LXXM directory.  But
we'll work on a nicer mode of presentation for the next version, akin to
what Logos & BibleWorks do for their Morphological databases.