[sword-devel] FAQ on CrossWire.org
d.haslam at ukonline.co.uk
Sat Jan 9 03:11:26 MST 2010
The FAQ on the main site should be culled from the one on the CrossWire
PocketSword is already mentioned there.
According to the Wayback Machine, the first archived copy of crosswire.org
is dated Feb 20, 2002.
Found easily via the Firefox addon called
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2570 Resurrect Page .
Thus CrossWire must have been founded prior to that, perhaps a few months
Troy can give you the exact date.
Nic Carter wrote:
> Hi gang.
> Was recently asked when was CrossWire established & I didn't know. So I
> looked up on the web site's FAQ & couldn't find anything on it. Does
> someone have an answer?
> Also, I also saw these entries there:
>> Do you have a Sword program for my phone or PDA?
>> • For PocketPC, we have SWORD Reader.
>> • For Zaurus and iPaq handhelds running QPE, we have QPSword.
>> • Recently a version for Apple iPhone has been requested by a number of
>> users. We hope to offer an iPhone Bible program in the future, but none
>> is currently available. (See the next Q/A.)
>> • Palm users are encouraged to consider the non-Sword Bible program Palm
>> • For phones with Java ME capability, users are encouraged to consider
>> the non-Sword Bible program Go Bible.
>> • For phones with Symbian OS (but without Java ME), we do not yet have a
>> suggested solution.
>> Do you have a programme for iPhone?
>> Until 10/2008 the iPhone SDK license did not allow us to create GPL
>> licensed software for it. This has changed and there are some plans for
>> iPhone software. Currently, the planned front end is exactly that,
>> planned. When coding is underway, you still won't be able to run the
>> program directly on your iPhone without going through the AppStore,
>> unless you pay the money for the Apple developers' program. However, once
>> a version is running reasonably well in the Apple simulation software, it
>> will be released, free of charge, to the AppStore. Check back here for
>> updated information, as it comes available, and as the implementation of
>> the program gets underway.
> I was wondering if someone with access to this could do a quick fix for
> it? some brief text & a link to http://crosswire.org/pocketsword &
> http://itunes.com/apps/PocketSword (the new link to PocketSword in iTunes
> -- the old one still works, but this one is more readable). :)
> Thanks, ybic
> nic... :)
> Nic Carter
> PocketSword Developer - an iPhone Bible app
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