[sword-devel] frontend features, their applicability -- consistency?

Manfred Bergmann manfred.bergmann at me.com
Wed Apr 14 11:24:56 MST 2010

Am 14.04.2010 um 18:41 schrieb Karl Kleinpaste:

>> ps: I reckon that bookmarks sync between PS and a desktop would be a
>> manual process (in that you need to hit a button to do it, rather than
>> it all being automagic cloud-based syncing), so it would be something
>> you could opt out of, for the persecuted country situation. &
>> bookmarks might be something that happens between PS & MacSword, cause
>> we can share all the same Obj-C code (says Nic, without talking it
>> over with Manfred!). And is also a feature that would, of course, be
>> part of the iPad version of PS... :)
> Anything that ties PS too closely to another platform like MacSword
> should probably be re-thought.  Your programming environment doesn't
> matter to Joe Average, ever.

They are not tied at all and will not be.
The fact however that both use the same language (Obj-C), more or less the same framework (Cocoa) and the same development tools (Xcode, Interface Builder) gives some synergies.
While any UI code can't be shared the low-level SWORD wrapper can.


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