[sword-devel] creation of modules
greg.hellings at gmail.com
Wed Nov 16 17:13:20 MST 2005
I'm working on seeing if the SwordModuleCreator (
http://www.sf.net/projects/modulecreator) will compile under Linux. I have a
decent jump on it so far, but as of yet I have been unable to overcome one
difficulty: one of the files references scripreffilter.h, which appears to
be a file that ought to be included with SwordModuleCreator, but I am unable
to locate it as yet. It appears, though, that once that file is located, I
ought to be able to get the program to compile under Linux. Mr. Canfield: I
have a makefile for Linux that I am using that works well so far, but the
source for the program is not case-sensitive when doing #includes, so I have
been forced to change several instances of mainframe.h (should be
MainFrame.h), thmlfuncs.h (ThmlFuncs.h), newmoduledlg.h (NewModuleDlg.h),
mytreedata.h (MyTreeData.h). If you are interested in trying to build under
Linux, you will be forced to make those case-sensitive changes, write a
basic Makefile, plus have wxGTK-2.4.x installed on your machine along with
the stc from the contrib in wxGTK. I have a *mostly* functional Makefile,
specific to my Linux machine, if anyone is interested.
On 11/16/05, Greg Marine <gregmarine at gmail.com> wrote:
> Pastor Ed,
> William Canfield has created a Sword Module Creator. However, I think
> it is currently for Windows. Not sure if it can be ported to Linux?
> Mr. Canfield, can you chime in?
> God Bless <><
> Greg M.
> On 11/16/05, Greg Hellings <greg.hellings at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Pastor Ed,
> > I have no response to the second item. I do not know about the status of
> > the ESV except that I believe that it is certainly under copyright. It
> > after all, only 4 years old, so the use of it would be subject to
> > the permission of the copyright holders.
> > As to your question regarding the transformation of varoius texts into
> > modules for Sword, I started by looking at the module creation page
> > the developer's section. The page is a little sparse on details, and I
> > just in the stages of planning a new page (or a re-write of that one).
> > you have specific questions or questions pertaining to the creation of a
> > particular type of module, then you might ask that and the list will be
> > better able to help you out with it. The creation of different types of
> > texts varies... are you attempting to create a gerneral book, a bible
> > a commentary, a lexicon, etc. Each procedure is slightly different, so
> > you'll have to ask a more pointed question for the list to be able to
> > better on your specific situation.
> > Good luck!
> > --Greg
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