[sword-devel] sword-devel Digest, Vol 73, Issue 50
yighu at yahoo.com
Thu Apr 22 16:50:28 MST 2010
I am trying to do mvn clean install. It failed as shown below. where can I get the aqua file? I am on MacPro.
[INFO] Failed to resolve artifact.
Try downloading the file manually from the project website.
Then, install it using the command:
mvn install:install-file -DgroupId=org.crosswire -DartifactId=common-aqua -Dversion=1.6.1-SNAPSHOT -Dpackaging=jar -Dfile=/path/to/file
Alternatively, if you host your own repository you can deploy the file there:
mvn deploy:deploy-file -DgroupId=org.crosswire -DartifactId=common-aqua -Dversion=1.6.1-SNAPSHOT -Dpackaging=jar -Dfile=/path/to/file -Durl=[url] -DrepositoryId=[id]
Path to dependency:
1 required artifact is missing.
from the specified remote repositories:
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1. Re: sword-devel Digest, Vol 73, Issue 45 (Chris Burrell)
Date: Thu, 22 Apr 2010 19:51:54 +0100
From: Chris Burrell <chris at burrell.me.uk>
To: "SWORD Developers' Collaboration Forum"
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Cc: Yiguang Hu <yighu at yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: [sword-devel] sword-devel Digest, Vol 73, Issue 45
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See my email below. There's plenty to do. If you focus on some of the main
UI design stuff. I think initially we probably mainly want to discuss how it
GWT makes UIs particularly easy to code in Java, so that's possibly a good
place to start. If we were to break out the UIs into parts we need to think
Display of the Bible: how to go from one view to another
Disabling/Enabling Bible display features: for example enabling a
interlinear which changes the way the Bible is displayed
Disabling/enabling viewing the timeline module and later on maps,
General navigation, how you go from one passage to another, and then how you
go from timeline content to maps, and back to the passage, etc.
I'm sure there's plenty of UI to divide between us all. It's just a question
of defining it first. Some of the UI navigation might be quite simple Java
to start with so maybe that's a good place to start?
On 22 April 2010 19:37, Chris Burrell <chris at burrell.me.uk> wrote:
> Great news!
> Would you like to checkout the code, try and build it and then pick a JIRA
> issue from http://crosswire.org/bugs and go for it. There's a wiki page
> http://crosswire.org/wiki/Frontends:TyndaleStep_Build_Environment which
> should hopefully help.
> There are some basic user interface tasks in there (both defining,
> designing and implementing the core functionality). In that respect, the
> main thing to bear in mind is that we will have a lot of content related to
> a Bible passage and therefore we want clever and discrete ways of notifying
> the user "This passage has some timeline data" or "This passage has lots of
> articles, some google maps locations and some timeline elements"... I think
> the screenshot here: http://code.google.com/p/xulsword/ looks pretty good,
> and we good build on some of those principles maybe.
> The UI is mostly undefined at the moment, so good progress on that would
> help every other feature coming up, if we can integrate that easily. The
> main idea is to have at least two passages in parallel as a starter
> (configurable later perhaps).
> Secondly, on the more content-side, we need to get the interlinears
> finished off. A lot of the code for reverse interlinear is there on the
> server side, but we also need to make sure it displays correctly on the user
> interface and give options to the user to choose (normal mode, interlinear,
> reverse interlinear).
> If you're not familiar with the idea of an interlinear (which was the case
> for me a few months ago), basically we have:
> *classic interlinear*: main passage is the Greek or Hebrew, and then we
> put the English or French or ... underneath using the strong numbers and if
> possible morphology details as well.
> *reverse interlinear: * the reverse, starting from the translated language
> (English, etc..) you then put the Greek or Hebrew underneath
> There's probably more stuff. Definitely have a look in JIRA and tell me if
> you see some basic things missing out of version 0.1!
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