[sword-devel] 1.5.3 on OSX

Nathan Youngman sword-devel@crosswire.org
Sat, 30 Mar 2002 03:37:46 -0700

Too easy. Use .mm files instead of .m and you can mix Objective-C and 
C++ freely. Though the compile is pretty slow - not sure if that's 
overhead from using .mm or if its not using pre-compiled headers for 
the Sword API files or something.

Started on a Cocoa "lookup" application, but so far I'm just 
populating the modules and books drop-downs.

I'm using module->KeyText() from the modtest.cpp example, so its not 
quite right (includes 1:1 in the drop down). I don't see any 
interface to get book, max chapter and max verse data. Just this 
public sbook struct thing, which I have yet to look into. Any samples 
of how to do this? (I'm sure there is... somewhere).

Grabbed a few different modules and noticed that the book names are 
always English even for German and French texts. Guess the 
application has to take care of this itself?

Anyway, more reading and coding 'tomorrow'...

- n8

Nathan Youngman
E-mail: sword at nathany.com
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