dmsmith555 at yahoo.com
Wed Nov 23 09:37:21 MST 2005
I think you can find it here:
Shane Rice wrote:
> I appreciate the help. It seems as though there is a missing .dll
> file? It is: ICUTD28L.DLL was not found. Any ideas?
> Serving the King,
> Shane Rice
> Rom 12:1-2
> www.rices2peru.com <http://www.rices2peru.com/>
> Barry Drake wrote:
>> Hi Shane ...............
>>> So, what one would I use, I seen there were a lot of programs on
>>> that one link. It is plain text with no verse markings or chapter
>>> or book markings. It has the same amount of verses as the KJV, so
>>> what is my next step.
>> You will use vpl2mod. Do the following when working with Windows.
>> First, create your working directory. Say it is C:\test as an
>> example. Next, create a module sub-directory off this. Say, for
>> example it is esp (you didn't say the name of your module). You now
>> have c:\test\esp Next place your text file (I'm going to call it
>> esp.txt for want of a better name) in the 'test' directory. Put the
>> vpl2mod binary in that same directory. Now go to the command (dos)
>> prompt and cd to the 'test' directory. Enter the command vpl2mod
>> esp.txt esp 0 0 and watch the error messages ;-)
>> You should now have the files nt, ot, nt.vss and ot.vss in the esp
>> sub-directory. These need to be placed in a directory under your
>> existing Sword installation. It will need to be below modules as:
>> Next create a text file with the same name as the module (esp?) and
>> call it esp.conf (same name as your module). Make it in the same way
>> as one of your existing .conf files that describes a rawtext bible
>> module. Somewhere on the developer's pages are some excellent
>> instructions for making a .conf file saying what each line does.
>> Place it in the Sword mods.d directory. When you fire Sword up, it
>> should see the new module and let you use it.
>> Ask for further help if you get stuck.
>> God bless,
>> -- From Barry Drake (The Revd) minister of the Netherfield United
>> Reformed church, Nottingham see http://www.jesusinnetherfield.org.uk
>> for our church homepages).
>> Replies - b.drake at ntlworld.com
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