[sword-devel] how to get strongs numbers from KJV2003 module?

Troy A. Griffitts scribe at crosswire.org
Sun Oct 30 15:58:11 MST 2005

Hey guys,
	Just a quick note.  It seems the latest version of the SWORD libs does 
indeed produce BAD output with mod2osis for Rev from the latest KJV.

	the SWORD libs do look in the current directory for modules (not sure 
if Chris knew this).

	I'll try to see why we're getting bad output from the mod2osis soon.  I 
tried it earlier, but must have used a month or so old version of the 
library which did seem to work, so I probably messed things up with a 
recent update of the osis filters.

	Anyway, my apologies for the bug.  I hope to fix it soon.


chrislit at crosswire.org wrote:
> On Sun, 30 Oct 2005, John Walther wrote:
>> Chris, I am using the latest version of the KJV module that is on the
>> site.  Is there another site or download URL I am missing?
> No, there's just the one version, I think. But the samples you posted 
> previously were most definitely not it. I thought they might have been 
> from the starter pack, which I think still has an incomplete version of 
> the KJV.
>> Also, diatheke is correctly grabbing strong's numbers from the module.
>> Or else it is looking up the strong's numbers somehow.  I looked through
>> the source and it wasn't apparent how diatheke is doing this.
>> As the author of diatheke, can you please tell me how diatheke is able
>> to grab the strong's numbers from the KJV module?
> It does nothing special and does no direct access of the module. I think 
> it just sets some flags to turn Strong's on.
>> If you find it easier, could you run mod2osis on your "current" KJV
>> module and send me the output?
>> I have diatheke 4.0, and am using the sword 1.5.8 libraries.  The KJV
>> module is NOT installed anywhere, I've been using it from inside a
>> directory where I've unzipped what I download directly from the
>> crosswire website.
> If the KJV is not installed anywhere, then you can't be accessing it 
> with diatheke. Diatheke doesn't know how to search the current directory 
> for modules. It can only locate modules through Sword.
> --Chris
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