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Fri Mar 24 08:53:41 MST 2006
That's a cool idea. BibleTime could then embed a quanta KPart and use it for
personal commentaries etc., or even general module editing.
Am Freitag, 24. März 2006 16:35 schrieb Raphaël Pinson:
> I personally use Quanta to edit the OSIS files since it's an XML format,
> and I think developping a module to support OSIS in Quanta would be great
> :) If anyone is willing to do that...
> Le Vendredi 24 Mars 2006 15:26, canfield a écrit :
> > Hello,
> > To those interested, a new version of SwordModuleCreator can be found at
> > sourceforge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/modulecreator/
> > There are two flavours to choose from:
> > The executable is a setup file which will install the executable, help
> > and test project files (Windows only) The second is the source code for
> > SwordModuleCreator for those who wish to try compiling themselves.
> > The program has been debugged and further developed. It is now possible
> > to have a project which contains multiple files. The files will be
> > compiled into a single module. The tags catalog now includes Osis, VPL
> > and IMP formats, so bibles, daily devotions and lexicons may be created
> > with it. All compilers are built-in and written using wxWidgets. The
> > windows setup includes a help file which descibes the functions. It also
> > includes a little test project showing how multiple files can be used to
> > create a genbook module.
> > There is no doubt more that could be added, but at the moment I will
> > leave this version as the final one except for any corrections found
> > necessary. Hopefully this application will prove to be a usefull tool for
> > those using windows. I would like to try and port it to Linux, but my
> > attempts so far have failed due to not being able to set up the system
> > properly for wxWidgets. Perhaps some one might like to have a go? Anyway
> > have fun using it.
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