[sword-devel] importing modules into a relational database
Sun, 24 Mar 2002 14:07:03 -0800
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> [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Troy A.
> Sent: Sunday, March 24, 2002 12:21 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [sword-devel] importing modules into a
> relational database
> n8 wrote:
> > I am also working on importing modules into a relational database
> > (MySQL) for a web based project. It will be using a Flash MX front
> > end.
> > I am now writing / debugging a PHP class that parses the
> GBF format (
> > http://ebible.org/bible/gbf.htm ) into my database. I
> decided to use this
> > format, because I couldn't understand how I would parse the Sword
> > module format without any chapter / verse information.
> Plus I really
> > only need the WEB and KJV to start with.
> :) Well, you can use sword/utilities/mod2vpl to get any of
> our modules outputted with verse info, if you need others.
> You really shouldn't look at the actual data files, as they
> are very different depending on the driver that handles them.
Or you can use Diaspora, which can export our modules to GBF.
> > Anyway, I am happy to share this class if it would be of any help.
> > Also, Troy, what is this soap server you speak of... can
> you point me
> > to some information?
> Chris will have to give the info and state of the soap stuff.
It's in CVS in apps/console/diatheke/soap. Basically you need to get
diatheke (the console version) running, then you can use sapouni.cgi.
(soapatheke.pl in the same directory is a SOAP client for testing your