[sword-devel] SynodalProt patch
niccarter at mac.com
Wed Mar 24 20:15:22 MST 2010
This does raise an interesting question:
How many front-ends look at the SwordVersionDate field in modules and then decide whether or not they can use each module that is available for download?
If front-ends simply parsed out all the modules from the download repositories that they don't support, then we would be able to have more modules (eg: the ones that require 1.6.x) available for download.
Having said that, PocketSword doesn't currently do this, but I have just added it to my tracker, and will add this for v1.3... Currently PocketSword _should_ work with all the modules out there, altho I just received a bug report for TSK, so I need to check to see if that's a module issue or a PocketSword issue... ;)
To actually answer David's question: I don't know. We would need to raise the question with them. I'm assuming the CrossWire-preferred method would be for them to set up their own repository, so someone could talk to them about that? :)
On 25/03/2010, at 3:03 AM, David Haslam wrote:
> When the CARS module is built, will it appear in CrossWire beta?
> If so, then it should be usable with Xiphos as well as PocketSword.
> Front-ends that are lagging behind in terms of not yet supporting SWORD
> 1.6.x would not be able to use it.
> That also includes all the front-ends based on JSword.
> For those who have never heard of the CARS project, please visit
> Russian http://www.slovocars.org/
> English http://www.slovocars.org/en/
> "The Eastern Russian Scriptures Translation (ERT Project, also known as the
> CARS Project) was initiated in order to meet the need for a translation of
> the Holy Scriptures designed for Central Asians and other nationalities of
> the former Soviet Union who read best in Russian and belong to ethnic groups
> traditionally considered Islamic. The first edition of this translation was
> published in 2003 and the second, thoroughly revised and corrected version
> of this translation came out in 2009 and can be read on this site."
> - David
> View this message in context: http://n4.nabble.com/SynodalProt-patch-tp1679974p1680770.html
> Sent from the SWORD Dev mailing list archive at Nabble.com.
> sword-devel mailing list: sword-devel at crosswire.org
> Instructions to unsubscribe/change your settings at above page
More information about the sword-devel