[sword-devel] Introducing BibleMemorizer
jerickson314 at users.sourceforge.net
Fri Mar 25 12:37:31 MST 2005
Got my own message individually. I'm responding to see if it will show up as
a response rather than a new message. Hopefully this fixes the top-level
El Vie 25 Mar 2005 12:52 PM, Jeremy Erickson escribió:
> Thanks, Troy, for the patch. It basically works. With a few modifications
> (like organization) I can use it in the next release of BibleMemorizer. I
> think I'll just have one "library" object declared within MainAct, and pass
> pointers to both the Verse and VerseAct objects. I was going to put the
> code to do the lookup in the Verse class, but that is simple cut and paste.
> And I will add spaces between verses on range lookups. Also, the reason
> the button was disabled was so that it would only be enabled if the
> reference was valid. If someone tried to look up "Gensis 1:3" (misspelled
> intentionally by me), or an actual verse in a translation not in Sword, it
> would be disabled. Again, though, that is a trivial fix. I was planning
> to make the Book field contain the books from Sword, if they were
> available. I saw an array with those values when I was browsing the Sword
> headers once...
> BTW, I installed Sword with "emerge bibletime" on Gentoo, which pulled in
> Sword as a dependency. Gentoo does not separate headers into "-devel"
> packages and always uses "make install" behind the scenes. I just had to
> remove the references in the project file to libraries beyond the basic
> Sword one; otherwise the compiler gave me errors. Do all these libraries
> need to be included in the project file for end users?
> Here's the top I will use for the files:
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> -Jeremy Erickson
> (Still haven't had a message I could just reply to, that's why this is
> still top-level...)
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