[sword-devel] Beginning help question - Calvin's Commentaries
Troy A. Griffitts
Fri, 06 Dec 2002 12:14:51 -0700
Yeah, I also had troubles with sf today. I think they're just having
server problems (or else they changed their wiki url structure).
It could just be that mod2imp doesn't yet correctly handle exporting of
linked verses. That's a very probable conclusion, so I wouldn't worry
about it, if I were you. Now _I_ have to worry about it. :)
Thanks for taking all this time to work on such a large piece of work!
I'm sure Chris can let you know where he'd like the module (emailed,
or a link to it posted somewhere). He can place it in the beta site for
Dave Hall wrote:
> I have created a module for Calvin's Commentaries and was asked to put this
> in imp format.
> I converted my Module to an import file. But "mod2imp" appears to lose the
> verse links so that the commentary text is only tied to the first verse of a
> For example:
> addvs -a $MOD "2Corinthians 1:1-5" filename
> Adds the text in file "filename" to 2Cor. 1:1 but also does the linking
> (addvs -l) to verses 2,3,4 & 5 for me. So, loaking at any of these verses
> shows the same text.
> But, in the import file you just see:
> $$$II Corinthians 1:1
> $$$II Corinthians 1:6
> Where it should be:
> $$$II Corinthians 1:1-5
> $$$II Corinthians 1:6-11
> I am using the 1.5.5 linux tools.
> Here is the command I ran:
> mod2imp CalvinCom > calvincom
> [creates 1 60MB file]
> Am I doing something wrong? I want to make sure the Modules works properly
> for everyone before I release it.
> Once this is working what do I do? Upload it to the beta site? How?
> Thanks for the help.
> - Dave Hall
> P.S. I tried the wiki link below and got "Not Found The requested URL
> /cgi-bin/twiki/view was not found on this server.". Is the link wrong or do
> I need a login or something on SourceForge?
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> Thanks for your willingness to help and serve with us. The latest
> versions of the windows commandline tools are at:
> I would suggest our 'imp' format, so imp2vs is probably what you'll
> want to use (if the commentary is keyed to Bible book ch:vs).
> The imp format looks something like this:
> This is commentary on John 1:1
> This is commentary on John 1:2 - John 1:5
> Blessings on your endeavours. We have a new wiki page setup for module
> projects on our wiki site at:
> You might want to post your intentions and progress and maybe you can
> get some help.