[sword-devel] BibleCS 1.6.2rc1 (a.k.a. The SWORD Project for Windows)
DavidTroidl at aol.com
Tue Jul 19 04:03:11 MST 2011
Program Compatibility Assistant shows up after it doesn't work the first
Install Manager: Status dialog works
User Account Control comes up every time I run Install Manager
Tools > Migrate Book Library Publicly to Local Machine:
Library has been migrated to: C:/ProgramData/Application Data/Sword/
may now use other SWORD programs with this library
Now all the books I have installed show up.
Dictionary Lookup works.
Unindexed search still works.
Index from other frontends isn 't used.
Creating index on KJV still hangs the program.
On 7/18/2011 11:26 PM, scribe777 at gmail.com wrote:
> Thanks David!
> Could you try something for me? With the program closed, could you run InstallManager.exe and choose from the menu something like "Migrate Library Systemwide." I can't remember the wording right now, but basically there are 2 options for migration. One is a local copy of your modules and the other is a systemwide copy.
> Remember, this is experimental software. I hope this doesn't screw up your other modules. But you can report to everyone else if it does. :)
> After the migrate command, close InstallManager, run BibleCS, and let us know is some of the bolw problems are fixed.
> The installer for this release will probably executed that menu choice behind the scenes during install.
> David Troidl<DavidTroidl at aol.com> wrote:
>> Further note: I did a search by Strong number. It did fine with
>> unindexed search, but hung in the middle of creating an index for KJV.
>> On 7/18/2011 4:38 PM, Troy A. Griffitts wrote:
>>> OK guys, I've been sitting on this for quite some time, mostly not
>>> looking forward to remembering where I left off...
>>> But here the culmination of 3 years of:
>>> o fiddling - probably fixed or created all sorts of bugs
>>> o migrating to av11n
>>> o migrating to play nice in the new world of windows security
>>> o updating Windows InstallMgr to:
>>> o have the ability to autodiscover repositories
>>> o install modules in a location which plays nice with
>>> other SWORD frontends on Windows
>>> o and still preserve the ability to create a
>>> self-contained movable installation-- there are
>>> options in the InstallManager menus to migrate back
>>> and forth between the two setups.
>>> You must have a working BibleCS installation already on your system
>>> try this beta.
>>> **** YOU MUST DELETE YOUR locales.d/ folder within your working
>>> installation (or rename it if you might return to the 1.5.11
>>> The SWORD 1.5.x and 1.6.x engine locale formats are NOT COMPATIBLE.
>>> **** PLEASE FOLLOW THE ABOVE INSTRUCTIONS OR YOU WILL BE MOCKED IF
>>> REPORT CRASH BUGS AND WE DISCOVER YOU HAVE OLD LOCALES PRESENT!!! :)
>>> Download and unzip these files ON TOP of your existing installation
>>> To try out av11n, you'll need to manually add the a11n repository to
>>> name: CrossWire av11n Repo
>>> host: ftp.crosswire.org
>>> path: /pub/sword/avraw
>>> Save, go to the tab, hit [Refresh from Remote Repository], and
>>> av11n modules.
>>> I'm calling this a release candidate, but really, I'm just looking
>>> feedback from anyone whose interested/using BibleCS. We need to
>>> an av11n version, and we now have multiple frontend choices on
>>> so we need to play nice with others. These 2 factors are the major
>>> driving force behind this release candidate.
>>> If we can get some feedback that this release is at least as stable
>>> the current 1.5.11 release, I'd love to release this soon.
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