[sword-devel] Some questions about the WEB module
J.Zaitseff at zap.org.au
Wed Apr 11 16:52:57 MST 2012
> I'm planning to build some conversions into Haiola (http://haiola.org) to
> create a suitable input for osis2mod. How is your C#?
I've never programmed in it, being a C/C++/Perl/Python/Shell/Delphi/Asm/...
man myself :-)
In any case, I'd much prefer a command-line tool that can be scripted (ie,
called from a Makefile, etc). Perl or Python would be ideal for the job.
> I'm not the Sword module maintainer, but I am the "upstream source" for
> those (WEB, WEB:ME, and WEBBE).
Now that I have the ear of the upstream maintainer, may I point out a couple
1. On your web page http://www.ebible.org/web/, the websword.zip link is
2. Do you provide an archive somewhere of the old versions of the source
code? Alternatively, do you have a publicly-readable source code
repository (such as Subversion)?
The reason for Question 2 is that it would be nice to see what has changed
from release to release of the source code (ie, any textual changes,
formatting changes, etc.). A changelog may well be sufficient, but if you
use a source code repository system, it would save you the effort of writing
it by hand.
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