[sword-devel] Strong not in ISO or Starter pack
Troy A. Griffitts
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Tue Aug 9 04:04:58 MST 2005
I'm so sorry about this. The latest beta ISO has the latest KJV2003
text. We haven't released a windows version of our software for quite
some time, and thus the starter pack hasn't been rebuilt. When it
rebuilds it grabs the latest versions of the texts it includes. I
hadn't even remembered that it would be a good thing to rebuild it
because of new versions of the texts. I'm am scheduled to be back next
week from my summer studies. We've had only 1 person report any major
bugs for the last 1.5.8 prerelease at:
If people could test this week and confirm or deny the reliability, I'll
try to get a final release out next week, when I arrive home-- provided
no major reworks need to be done.
Little things like these negate alot of hard work on all of our parts.
Again, my apologies.
Geoffrey W Hastings wrote:
> I was invited to go to Mexico City by a pastor there to teach
> about 50 of his cell group leaders how to use the Sword and how to study
> the Bible.
> I went to the site below and copied the ISO and burned 45 copies
> of the cd to take with me.
> I burned the latest non beta version which is from 2003.
> If you try to download the "LATEST" link it just opens the digitract.
> When I got to Mexico city I found that the image did not include
> the strongs numbers for part of the Gospels.
> When I taught the class I made them aware of this but said that
> if they had access to the internet though I am sure many of them do not
> have access to the internet, they could go to the site below and download
> the starter pack and it should update the KJV and strongs.
> Starter pack
> It wasn't until I returned home and tried installing the cd and
> the starter pack on a computer this weekend that I found out the starter
> pack has the old kjv and strongs as well.
> Today I tried to download just the kjv module and it would not
> 1. Why wouldn't the ISO be up to date.
> How many people have downloaded and passed on a crippled version
> for those who would use strongs?
> 2. I don't see any reason to have the starter pack be the old version as
> I would guess that some (maybe many) would download the starter
> pack to try out the program. Upon finding out that Strongs is incomplete
> they may just go on to look at other software.
> I love using the Sword software in my studies and I would hate to see
> others turned off by something so simple.
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