[sword-devel] MacSword2 early dev
bergmannmd at web.de
Thu Jul 24 00:18:53 MST 2008
Yes I worked quite a bit on the Sword ObjC Wrapper and I think I
removed all other dependencies except for NSUserDefaults.
Is this available in iPhone runtime?
I've put in fast enumerations, properties and garbage collection.
GC is not available on iPhone but putting in memory menagement is not
a big deal.
There are some issues that I haven't looked at closely like i.e. some
The sources for this are in the trunk at SF.
Am 23.07.2008 um 18:34 schrieb Greg Hellings:
> Where would the source for it be? I remember you were working on
> pulling out just an Obj-C wrapper for the SWORD library which we had
> talked about as being possibly useful for working on the iPhone. How
> mature is that wrapper at this point, and how can I locate and
> download it? I'm once again trying to forge a path to see if GPLv2
> apps are possible on the device (I know v3 is not workable because of
> the application signing that Apple requires). Since getting mine,
> I've been very disappointed that all of the Bible programs are either
> for-pay or have questionable quality of their modules (the only free
> Bible app for the iPhone is put out by the people over at youversion -
> and it requires you to have a good data connection and the quality of
> their modules is very poor so far).
> On Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 2:35 AM, Manfred Bergmann
> <bergmannmd at web.de> wrote:
>> Sorry, removed from SourceForge because MacUpdate and Versiontracker
>> do automatic release scanning.
>> Trying to find another place to distribute development versions.
>> Am 22.07.2008 um 22:07 schrieb Manfred Bergmann:
>>> For all of you that are curious.
>>> A very early development version of the next major release of
>>> has been released (at sourceforge).
>>> Mainly to get feedback actually.
>>> It shouldn't break any existing MacSword installation but use with
>>> Currently only a single window bible view is implemented with
>>> - reference search
>>> - indexed search
>>> - view search
>>> - multiple parallel bible views
>>> - session storing
>>> There are no icons and the interface is very basic but it should
>>> an introduction of how things will look like - almost.
>>> Ah, yes - this version will be Leopard (Mac OSX 10.5) only.
>>> Any feedback is greatly appreciated.
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