[sword-devel] Modules with morphological tags and headings

Troy A. Griffitts sword-devel@crosswire.org
Mon, 25 Jun 2001 03:23:57 -0700

	This is already how it works.  You can ask swmgr what options are
available and what choices are available for each option.  I didn't
change any win32 option code when Chris added the morph stuff, but it
showed up on the win32 menu.


Martin Gruner wrote:
> > Yes, there are.  The ISV and Barry's soon to be released JB Philips
> > translation both use GBFHeadings.  The LXXM and in-progress updates to
> > Byz and NA27U4 use GBFMorph.
> >
> > I'm likely to add a GBFXref filter this week for an update to ISV.  I'll
> > be breaking the GBF spec again to add <RX><Rx> and <RP><Rp> tag support
> > identical to the way we handle <RF><Rf>.
> Chris is there a way to create such a filter structure so that the app does
> not need to know which filters are available in sword?
> The new optionFilter= structure seems to go into this direction. Is there a
> way for the app to look for the optionFilter= declaration and then create the
> fitting objects dynamically without knowing which are available in sword?
> Otherwise the filter specific code in the apps will always have to be changed
> when a new sword is released with new/changed filters?
> If not yet possible, maybe a SWFilter* returnFilterForOption(char* option)
> would be appropriate? And how are the options in the filter handled? Should
> be the same, the app shouldn't need to know which options (e.g. "On", "Off")
> are available... Maybe a simple setActive(bool active) would be sufficient,
> especially with very specialized filters like the gbffootnotes filter?
> Lets discuss this a bit. It would be good to create a future-safe solution
> NOW.
> Martin