[sword-devel] 1.6.2 (was: imp2vs does not compile Revelation properly)
Johan Marais (firstname.lastname@example.org)
johanma at absa.co.za
Thu Oct 21 02:26:13 MST 2010
I have used imp2vs many times creating non-compressed modules, always without problems.
From: Troy A. Griffitts [mailto:scribe at crosswire.org]
Sent: 20 October 2010 10:25 PM
To: SWORD Developers' Collaboration Forum
Subject: [sword-devel] 1.6.2 (was: imp2vs does not compile Revelation properly)
I've been gently nudged and agree that we need to get 1.6.2 out the door.
This issue needs to be investigated before we release. If imp2vs is
dropping the last book in the file then we need to fix this. Can I get
some more info from people already experimenting with this.
does it happen when creating non-compressed modules (ModDrv=RawText)?
The other issues we're waiting on I think involved Greg Hellings. Greg,
any progress on nailing down the issue you're having with utilities
sometimes finding your modules and sometimes not? (and committing your
Let's get these 2 things fixed today and release this gem into the wild :)
PS. David, please don't feel that your emails fall on deaf ears. You
simply have 5x the spare time of any of us, now that you're a fulltime
CrossWire volunteer! :)
On 10/20/2010 03:06 PM, Greg Hellings wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 20, 2010 at 8:33 AM, David Haslam <d.haslam at ukonline.co.uk> wrote:
>> Thanks Greg,
>> Getting another CrossWire volunteer to reproduce the issue is usually more
>> than half the battle.
>> Aside: Sometimes, I have almost felt that my observations had fallen on deaf
> Both happily and sadly I now have new employement, so I'm not as free
> to check on things at any time of the day.
>> Is there anything in SVN more recent than sword-utilities-1.6.1-r2565 ?
> The latest commits to the utilities folder itself are a few minor
> changes by Chris on 10-04 and early in the morning of 10-05, related
> to VC++ settings and then updates I just made today to the CMake
> system - so it looks like you have the latest version of the utilities
> themselves. There have been other changes to other parts of the
> library since then, in preparation for 1.6.2.
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