[sword-devel] Hesychius Beta

Manfred Bergmann bergmannmd at yahoo.de
Thu Nov 23 09:30:15 MST 2006


sorry, I think I missed this discussion.

I tried the Hesychius with MacSword but it didn't look to good.
The keys aren't displayed in greek in the key content pane on the right.
You also cannot change the content when choosing or clicking an other  
key, the content that is displayed does not change.
But I tried with sword 1.5.8. I'm currently compiling sword 1.5.9 and  
I try with that.
In general it would IMO be better for MacSword to make it a "normal"  
Lexicon if this is possible.

Here is a screenshot of how it looks like with Sword 1.5.8:

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Best regards,

Am 21.11.2006 um 01:26 schrieb Troy A. Griffitts:

> I have posted a beta of the Hesychius module and have committed  
> fixes to
> the tool set which support this module.  Display software should  
> 'work'
> without updating.  This module contains UTF-8 keys and SWORDWeb needed
> updating to handle this.  I'm guessing other frontends might not  
> display
> these well, also.
> There has been an engine change which modifies the lucene index
> generation to include the 'key' field as indexed.  Previously, it was
> only stored.  This allows someone to search for, "key:someWord".  This
> may, or may not, help facilitate both incremental searching types (key
> or body) discussed previously.
> SWORDWeb has been updated and the indecies build.  You can try it  
> out at:
> http://crosswire.org/study/bookdisplay.jsp?mod=Hesychius&gbsEntry=/
> and the module is available for download to your favourite frontend at
> the usual place:
> http://www.crosswire.org/sword/modules/ModDisp.jsp? 
> beta=true&tester=true&modType=Books
> 	-Troy.
> PS.  The reason for making this a genbook divided as it is was to
> facilitate Dr. Bruce Winter's presentation on Friday, using the web
> software.  Since the SWORDWeb doesn't have a nice Lexicon display  
> tool,
> I made it a GenBook, with DisplayLevel=2.  It seems to work quite nice
> this way.  Ultimately we'll probably want to make this an SWLD4  
> module.
>   Also, if Manfred or others are successful building a native tool for
> Dr. Winter's presentation, I would be happy to change the module to  
> use
> the SWLD4 driver instead if it helps.  Thanks everyone!
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