[sword-devel] WIN32 test

Chris & Susie White sword-devel@crosswire.org
Sun, 4 Mar 2001 21:45:22 -0500

Hey Troy,
I'm new o yer litle team o' neatness. And I had some questions as to how I
could help as well as share some ideas. My ISP doesn't have newsgroups, so
I'm sorry if I sound redundant, but I don't know where to look for answers
to the questions I have, which are probably all ready answered.... :-)

So, is the Sword project still in development in terms of content? 'cuz I
had some thoughts on functionality, search fields and the like, sadly i'm
not a programmer (well, actually I'm kind of glad of that ;-) ) So I can
only say "hey this would be neat," not, "and here's how"

I have other thoughts too, but I'm a wee fuzzy headed having just driven
across three stay with my family.

I hope to be able to offer some helppful feedback.

I have to say, what an awesome tool, thanks for having me as a part of your

Many blessings,
----- Original Message -----
From: "Troy A. Griffitts" <scribe@crosswire.org>
To: <sword-devel@crosswire.org>
Sent: Sunday, March 04, 2001 7:15 AM
Subject: [sword-devel] WIN32 test

> I spent the weekend combing thru the code one more time for bugs.  Found
> the one I was looking for and a few others along the way.  There are 2
> new windows binaries ready for testing on the alpha page.  See if you
> can crash them! :)  sword.exe and InstallMgr.exe
> http://www.crosswire.org/sword/ALPHAcckswwlkrfre22034820285912/alpha/
> SWMgr::SWMgr() now throws a const char * = "Can't find modules..." or
> something-or-other.  It no longer exit(-1)'s.  I think you asked for
> this a while back.
> Try eVC++ again!
> I keep reminding myself: this sacrifice to get these stinkin' bugs out
> is nothing compared to the Sacrifice God made to get my bugs out... :)
> hmmmm....  Praise Him for not giving up on me!!!
> -Troy.