[sword-devel] Beginning help question - Calvin's Commentaries
Troy A. Griffitts
Fri, 06 Dec 2002 13:15:47 -0700
if you have the test programs, parsetest should show you if you have a
valid range. Something like:
parsetest "mat 1:1-17;lk 3:23-38"
should show that this is valid, and you can assume that anything
parsetest recognizes will be treated the same way in a $$$ imp key, so:
$$$mat 1:1-17;lk 3:23-38
SHOULD work, but I can't guarantee it. If it doesn't, we should fix it.
If you try it and it does, let us know so we can tell others with
Dave Hall wrote:
> I could possibly generate an import file from the source instead of rawcom.
> Is the structure of the import file defined somewhere?
> is clear but Calvin does a harmony of the Gospels and the Law so I would
> like to link 2 or more gospel(or law) passages to the same text.
> Would something like these work:
> $$$MATTHEW 1:1-17
> $$$LUKE 3:23-38
> $$$MATTHEW 1:1-17; LUKE 3:23-38
> Chris, I could upload the zcom (20MB) or rawcom files somewhere. Or, if I
> get the import file correct, I could up load that but its 60MB.
> - Dave
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> Yeah, I also had troubles with sf today. I think they're just
> server problems (or else they changed their wiki url structure).
> It could just be that mod2imp doesn't yet correctly handle exporting
> 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
> 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