Thu, 30 May 2002 16:07:54 -0700
sword2.exe was a prototype written by Troy over a year ago. The modules we
have today are not compatible with that prototype anymore. The prototype is
a neat idea but it was never meant to be a working model, just a concept
that Troy and I want to build upon. Hopefully this summer we will begin
development on this. For now you can keep this in prayer, and see what the
The Sword Project
----- Original Message -----
From: "Daniel Adams - infoChi" <infoChi@infomagic.net>
To: "Sword-Devel" <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, May 30, 2002 2:51 PM
Subject: [sword-devel] Sword2?
> I remember that soon after I got on this mailing list, one the e-mails
> I got was about a Sword2 user interface for windows systems. What is the
> status of this project, I am curious because I have subsequently got
> requests for further implementations of the original interface for win32
> Also, I figured I would take a look at this Sword2 thing, and a couple of
> comments that I noticed were that a few modules of each type missing that
> have installed on my computer.
> 4 of the Bible modules were missing.
> 7 of the Commentary modules were missing.
> 1 of the Lext/Dict modules were missing.
> I experienced an error stating:
> Access violation at address 004CCCFG at module 'sword2.exe'. Read of
> address 00000000
> I also notices that the Bookmark button, Search button, and the Back
> at the main docking bar was not implemented. I am happy to help with
> testing of this software and others in the future. The type of system I am
> running is a Windows 2000 Professional box with the SP2 installed. If it
> would help to know I have the latest version of Internet Explorer
> In Him,
> Daniel Adams - infoChi@infomagic.net
> 1 Peter 4:10 (NIV)- Each one should use whatever gift he has received
> serve others, faithfully administering God's grace in its various forms.
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