[sword-devel] Emptyvss problem

David Haslam d.haslam at ukonline.co.uk
Fri Nov 27 12:03:41 MST 2009


This not so obvious requirement has caused others to stumble for a while in
the past.

This very fact suggests that the instructions in the CrossWire web-site need
to be expanded in order to clarify the way in which the various utilities
that process a module must be written in the command line.

Meanwhile, we could do worse by adding something along these lines in the

David Haslam

Barry Drake-4 wrote:
> Hi John ..........
> johnduffy at cgcf.net wrote:
>> I'm trying to run emptyvss.exe  However, the only instructions on the
>> website are as below 
> The utility needs to be in your 'sword' directory. (The one containing 
> mods.d and modules).  The module title is case sensitive, and needs to 
> be exactly the same as the title contained in square brackets in the 
> .conf file for that module.  Thus you have 'kjv.conf', but emptyvss kjv 
> will not find the module, as the title is '[KJV]' in the .conf, so 
> emptyvss KJV will find the module.  Try it and see!
> God bless,
> Barry
> -- 
> Barry
> -- From Barry Drake (The Revd) Health and Healing advisor to the East
> Midlands Synod of the United Reformed Church.  See
> http://www.urc5.org.uk/index for information about the synod, and
> http://www.urc5.org.uk/?q=node/703 for the Synod Healing pages.
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