Sun, 8 Sep 2002 17:02:31 -0700
An addition to the e-mail I just sent, it should have already arrived,
if not this will make sense after that e-mail arrives, for the other
books that my idea didn't cover for GenBooks, then use the module name
for the Book name, and then use a X:X(:X) like idea for the interface.
By the grace of God,
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Chris Little
Sent: Sunday, September 08, 2002 4:30 PM
Subject: Re: [sword-devel] Diatheke
On Sun, 8 Sep 2002, Daniel Adams wrote:
> I might have mentioned some interests in the Diatheke part of
> Sword project, but since I have been unable to get some ideas on my
> own and since school has once again started up, I am occupied with
> most of my time with other stuff including other help relating to the
> Sword project. I was going to ask, since at the current moment, it
> does not look as if it is currently possible. Is there any current or
> soon to be support for the GenBook modules, I have some that I would
> be interested in brining up in Diatheke.
I've got a couple of patches from people that I need to integrate, which
should fix some of the bugs in searching at least. I'm not sure how
GenBook support would work with Diatheke. Can you suggest an interface?
I could require users to supply full treekeys like "/1Enoch/4/5" but
seems a bit un-user-friendly. The other option might be to generate
kind of tree for the user, but that would be a great deal more work to
implement in an HTML-friendly way.