[sword-devel] Deuterocanonical books
djortley at gmail.com
Fri Jan 19 12:47:53 MST 2007
Really? I see then what are the beginnings of support for it in the
source. Does anybody have any clue to how close things are? This may be an
area that I can work on since I'm interested in learning about the guts of
Any direction would be appreciated.
On 1/19/07, Greg Hellings <greg.hellings at gmail.com> wrote:
> D J,
> The Sword library (and hence Mac Sword) does not yet have support for
> Deuterocanonical literature. There are plans in the work for those to
> be added in a near-future edition of the library, last time I heard.
> But for now, the modules don't have them because the library doesn't
> know what to do with them. Cheers!
> On 1/19/07, DJ Ortley <djortley at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I don't know if this is the proper place to ask this, but the DRC and
> > Vulgate modules on the sword website do not seem to have the
> > Deuterocanonical books. At least as far as I can tell with 'diatheke'
> > MacSword. I could see something like MacSword not being set up to read
> > books even if they were in a module, but not diatheke.
> > The commands:
> > ~> diatheke -b DRC -k Sir 1:1
> > and
> > ~> diatheke -b Vulgate -k Sir 1:1
> > yeild no results (and yes, these modules are installed properly, I can
> > to any other book in these modules.)
> > Did the person who put these modules together decide against including
> > full text of the translations or am I doing something wrong?
> > Thanks.
> > -DJ
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