[sword-devel] Looking for vpl reference
linuxarecibo at gmail.com
Fri Jun 10 05:42:46 MST 2011
Thanks for the info.
Anyway, seems I almost got it working, following the brief
instructions on the man page of vpl2mod (I'm using Linux, by the way).
I only have one problem: When I open the module on a viewer (I'm
testing it on Xiphos), it lacks spaces between the words. Here's an
example of Genesis 1:1 as it is displayed, so you understand what I'm
"ENelprincipio creó elPoderosolos cielosy latierra."
It should be displayed as "EN el principio creó el Poderosolos cielos
y la tierra."; some spaces between words are missing. This problem is
present throughout all the bible module. Maybe some encoding problem?
By the way, when I compile the module with vpl2mod, I get a lot of
"problem" errors on the terminal, and occasional "ERROR: short read of
terminating char in readline" errors too.
On Fri, Jun 10, 2011 at 8:13 AM, Brian J Dumont
<brian.j.dumont at gmail.com> wrote:
> The link that you reference is not VPL, it is OSIS. That's why vpl2mod
> Sorry, I don't have any example vpl files.
> On 06/10/2011 06:48 AM, Angel Candelaria wrote:
>> Hi all.
>> I'm new in this list, as you can tell. Please excuse me if my
>> questions shout out "NOOB" all over the place.
>> I'm working on a Spanish module based on the public domain SpaRV 1909.
>> Seems that it uses KJV versification, so I'd like to try and format
>> it as vpl and convert it to a Sword module. But since I'm new at
>> module making, I'm looking for a vpl source to use as a reference;
>> just something I can look at and compare my work to.
>> Can someone point me out to a link where I can find vpl sources I can
>> use as reference? I found this page
>> http://crosswire.org/~dmsmith/kjv2006/ . I tried to run one of the vpl
>> text's found at the bottom of the page through vpl2mod (just as a
>> practice) but I got some errors (maybe those texts are not made for
>> that, but I don't know)
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