greg.hellings at gmail.com
Fri May 18 16:05:50 MST 2007
Oddly... wxSword is also the name of the (rather simplistic) front-end
that I put together last summer. It's nowhere near finished and I
haven't made updates yet because with the latest version of wxWidgets
I tried (2.8.1) the wxToolbar code which worked perfectly in 2.6.3
would no longer display my toolbar under Cocoa/Carbon (Mac...). But
my client compiles and runs happily under Linux (using wxMozilla as a
dep), Macintosh (using wxWebKit from the built-in modules) and Windows
(using the rather gross-looking wxHTML renderer - but wxWebCore isn't
yet available cross-platform, I can't get wxActiveX to work at all,
and wxMozilla simply wouldn't compile for me, because it only
supported Mozilla 1.0.3 code the last time I tried a Windows compile).
All of the above are supposing that you have a Unicode build of
wxWidgets, otherwise my compile doesn't work marvelously.
http://www.sf.net/projects/wxsword would be a place to look if you
want to see my code. The SVN repository there is the newest version
of what I have been working from. Once I sort out with the wxWidgets
people my wxToolbar problem on Mac, I have (had?) full intentions of
returning to developing it, especially now that I have my MacBook
running OS X, Ubuntu and Vista.
I'd love to take a look at your code some day, and might get over
there sometime this weekend. Cheers, and good luck!
On 5/18/07, Jan Knepper <jan at knepper.net> wrote:
> For those of you interested...
> wxSword is beginning to work (sorry Windows only at the moment).
> If you already have sword modules on your system and have SWORD_PATH set or
> have the modules in the default location you could check the current version
> available @ www.wxsword.com/wxSwordUpgradeIS.exe
> A version including some Bible modules is available via www.wxsword.com or
> Remember that this is an in-development program!!!
> Any comments, suggestions, bug reports, kudo's etc are welcome.
> God bless!
> [Mr] Jan Knepper
> Heb 4:12:
> For the word of God is living and active. Sharper than any double-edged
> sword, it penetrates even to dividing soul and spirit, joints and marrow; it
> judges the thoughts and attitudes of the heart. www.wxsword.com
> Jan Knepper
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