[sword-devel] Module indexing problems
Troy A. Griffitts
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Tue Feb 17 07:30:51 MST 2009
Yes, getBookName is still valid, but we add 2 companion methods:
I believe getBookName is fairly new (within the last couple of releases
Used to be that there was an internal static array which held the max
value information and it was public so frontends were accessing it
directly instead of using the positioners:
vk = MAXCHAPTER;
vk = MAXVERSE;
and grabbing the value. This previous technique was kindof clunky
anyway as it required changing the value of the key to get the max
value, so the new getters are much better.
About your other issues reported yesterday... locale formats have
changed with the most recent svn, so be sure you've done a make install
to get the locales.d/ folder populated with the latest revisions of our
locales. And I fixed a nasty 32-bit bug last night (it's funny how the
scales have tilted the other way now and we're finding 32-bit bugs
instead of 64-bit bugs), so things might have gotten better with
indexing and such.
Let me know if you still have troubles with svn head.
Manfred Bergmann wrote:
> Hi Troy.
> Am 16.02.2009 um 12:17 schrieb Troy A. Griffitts:
>> Dear Manfred,
>> There may be a few simple compile problems from 1.5.11 to SVN HEAD;
>> specifically, we removed the hardcoded table of book names and
>> chapter/verse max. There are method calls to retrieve them now. Let
>> me know if you decide to try and I will help you with the new syntax.
> It built well. Both the library and MacSword using the library.
> I guess I'm not using many things the library would offer. I still don't
> understand many things of the API and my lack of C++ knowledge does the
> rest. :)
> Anyway which are these methods to retrieve the booknames? Is
> getBookName() in VerseKey not used anymore? It still works for me.
>> Manfred Bergmann wrote:
>>> Am 16.02.2009 um 11:18 schrieb Karl Kleinpaste:
>>>> Manfred Bergmann <bergmannmd at web.de> writes:
>>>>> I've nailed down five modules that MacSword is not able to index:
>>>> Exactly what version (svn -r####) of sword?
>>>> I sent a bug report to Troy yesterday because -r2255 is causing
>>> Well, actually the point release 1.5.11, not sure which subversion
>>> revision that is.
>>> I normally don't use the trunk version, should I do that?
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