[sword-devel] EVC3 Compile Errors
sonwon.1 at gmail.com
Tue Jul 15 10:27:04 MST 2008
Ok, maybe I misunderstood then, it doesn't look like the code I have
written in the past. Likely my ignorance.
Can someone explain this line:
I don't get why the "SRReaderApp" separated by double colons "Run()"
I've never written code for a shared project, so you all will have to
help me learn I guess.
David Trotz wrote:
> I am travel this week so have to be brief.
> There is no MFC used at all whatsoever in SwordReader. Its all pure WinCE 30+ API calls.
> In Christ,
> -----Original Message-----
> From: SonWon <sonwon.1 at gmail.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, July 15, 2008 3:57 AM
> To: SWORD Developers' Collaboration Forum <sword-devel at crosswire.org>
> Subject: Re: [sword-devel] EVC3 Compile Errors
> There is lots of MFC type code in the swordreader, so I am feeling lost
> at how to modify.
> Barry Drake wrote:
>> Hi there ..........
>> SonWon wrote:
>>> I don't know enough about MFC yet to take this on
>> I don't think MFC enters into the equation at all! Maybe I'm wrong.
>> For those members of the SwordReader team who do not yet take the
>> sword-svn list, I think Troy has fixed the problem that was noted in
>> Troy - I've been working under the assumption that the pocket versions
>> will never be using cLucene, hence the possible usefulness of soText
>> modules here. Unfortunately my time seems to be getting more and more
>> tight. I thought I had a fairly quiet week this week, but no! And I'm
>> all of next week at a national conference for healing advocates to the
>> URC synods, then I guess I shall spend the following week catching up
>> (again). At least I won't get bored!
>> God bless,
>> -- From Barry Drake (The Revd) minister of the Netherfield United
>> Reformed church, Nottingham see http://www.jesusinnetherfield.org.uk for
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