[sword-devel] Fwd: Followup on Compling bibletime, etc...
Wed, 30 May 2001 19:33:50 +0200
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Subject: Followup on Compling bibletime, etc...
Date: Wed, 30 May 2001 11:54:16 -0500
From: Luke Mauldin <email@example.com>
To: Joachim Ansorg <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Hello, I am the person who had the problem getting sword to complie. I was
getting undefined function errors when compling sword. I finally figured out
how to fix these. In order to get sword to complie with RedHat gcc and
binutils 2.10.1 I had to manually add swtext.o, rawcom.o, swcom.o and swld.o
to libsword.a I did this by doing:
ar crs /home/luke/bibletime/sword/lib/libsword.a swtext.o and then doing
that for each .o file. It was very incovneient but it was the only way I
could get sword to complie I know that the process can be done automatically
by make but I do not know how to edit the makefile rules to get to to link
those .o files into the libarary. Maybe you can use this information to edit
the makefiles or you can pass it on to the sword development people. Please
email me back with your response and if you need anymore information I'd be
glad to provide it.
On Tuesday 29 May 2001 05:39 am, you wrote:
> I'm glad for your offer to help us with BibleTime!
> I have to admit that it's hard at the moment to get started withthe
> development of BibleTime in a quick way (missing links to the CVS...).
> You should use the CVS of Sword. So here are the commands for it:
> $ export CVSROOT=:pserver:email@example.com:/usr/local/cvsroot
> $ cvs login
> Password: anonymous
> $ cvs checkout sword
> If you want to get involved, give me your SourceForge account name so I can
> add you.
> If something doesn't work feel free to ask on our development mailing list.
> Thank you for your eMail and may God bless you!
> > Hello, I read your post on sourceforge that you are looked for some more
> > C++ developers. I am a C++ developer and I do have an interest in
> > "Bibletime". I have checked out the CVS version of Bibletime and then I
> > found out it needed sword-1.52. I went to the sword website but the
> > latest version posted there was 1.51A which will not compile(on Redhat
> > 7.1). I looked on Bibletime's website and found a CVS version of sword
> > 1.52.... but the problem is, the RPM format is in Mandrake's format. I
> > cannot get either the source sword RPM of the binary sword RPM to install
> > on my Redhat system. Where can I download the plain source version of
> > sword 1.52, or where can I check it out from a CVS server? I have
> > checked on both bibletime's and sword's websites but I cannot find a
> > place. I would appreciate it if you could point me in the right
> > direction, and in return I hope I can make some valuable contributions to
> > the Bibletime project.
> > Luke