[sword-devel] Announce: Sword/PDA for the Agenda PDA
Troy A. Griffitts
Mon, 22 Oct 2001 03:58:09 -0700
Very high on the coolness scales! :)
Wow, I've never heard of the 'Agenda'! I thought I was up on current
linux handhelds! hmmmm. I would love to add you to crosswire's
website! Thank you very much for all of your work, and I'm anxious to
see your inverted index storage mechanism!
God's best to you!
"David J. Orme" wrote:
> Announcing a Bible-reading program for your Agenda PDA!
> This is the initial public release because I have decided that the
> software is at a usable state now. :-) The project URL is
> Sword/PDA is distributed under the Gnu Public Licence. Features:
> * Small emough to add to an Agenda without making a custom rootdisk
> image or removing software!
> * Good performance, even with on-the-fly decompression on the Agenda!
> * Integrates with Agenda's Notes application via copy/paste for easier
> * Standard Agenda look & feel!
> * Maximum screen space given to the Bible text!
> * Multiple font sizes!
> * Includes:
> - The King James Version (KJV)
> - The Bible in Basic English (BBE)
> - Noah Webster's translation
> - Young's Literal translation
> * Can easily create new compressed Bible modules from Sword Bible
> modules! (found at http://www.crosswire.org )
> I hope you like it and find it useful!
> Dave Orme
> The number of UNIX installations has grown to 10, with more expected.
> -- The Unix Programmer's Manual, 2nd Edition, June 1972