[sword-devel] Getting Started - Primers and Such
chrislit at crosswire.org
Mon Jun 16 15:07:04 MST 2008
Jerold Haas wrote:
> Those in the list:
> I have been using Windows version of sword project for quite a
> while, and currently using v1.59. I have noticed what appears to be an
> XML parsing issue (Psalms 82:2) that appears to have inappropriately
> inserted raw XML in it. I'm using KJV module. Here's the snippet of XML
> that I'm seeing:
> *<w savlm="strong:H04210" wn="001">A Psalm</w> <w savlm="strong:H0623"
> wn="002">of Asaph</w>.* /(full-stop or period included in the text of
> the parsing error)/
> These XML mis-parsings are strife among the KJV module, and was
> wondering if this was a feature not yet implemented in lower-level
> parsing libs, or if the module itself was not created correctly.
I can't see any of these problems in the Windows frontend (using either
1.5.11 or 1.5.9). To me, this looks like a .conf problem, so please
check that you have the latest version of the module. (Using Install
Manager should work fine to determine this.)
> Additionally, I have very little of the structure of the SWORD
> architecture, and would be elated to know if there is / are any
> documentation or white-sheets on the architecture of the SWORD
> framework. I realize that there are links on the crosswire website, but
> haven't been able to find any information.
This might be the closest we have to what you're looking for:
There's really not much, unfortunately.
> I can read source code, but where can I get a version of
> Windows-based Sword that I might compile with Visual Studio. Makefiles
> and some other aspects of the project indicate that I cannot compile in
> Visual Studio.
There are VC++ projects in \lib\vcppmake. I just updated the project
file for VC++ 8/9, so you'll have to use the copy in SVN or add the
missing teihtmlhref.cpp file if you're using the project that ships with
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