[sword-devel] No errors. Valid OSIS. Not working. Looking for suggestions.
thulester at gmail.com
Thu Aug 2 10:35:54 MST 2012
I haven't had a chance to explore Peter's recommendations yet, but I
know it isn't file permissions. I have a script that auto-magically
corrects them as part of the same process that runs osis2mod.
Both suggestions make me think the problem is below the client
application, which is consistent with the behaviour I'm seeing.
On Thu, Aug 2, 2012 at 1:21 PM, Brian J Dumont <brian.j.dumont at gmail.com> wrote:
> ... or maybe file permissions on the module or conf file?
> On 08/02/2012 12:35 PM, Peter von Kaehne wrote:
>> Usually path or driver errors.
>> Wrong path to module or mismatch between driver and conf entry re driver.
>> On 02/08/12 15:29, Andrew Thule wrote:
>>> I'm working on a 'commentary' for the first time and having some trouble.
>>> I very much like the module OTPassages. Chris has given me an IMP file
>>> of the module OTPassages (quoted in the NT) which I have converted to
>>> OSIS, xmllintetd and run through osis2mod all without problems. When
>>> I use osis2mod to convert the original OSIS module )(without changes,
>>> and using the stock otpassage.conf) everything works. The module
>>> shows up as a commentary OTPassages, when I navigate the bible in the
>>> NT, I see the references. It works as it is suppose to.
>>> However with the OSIS document where I've added references, xmllint
>>> validates it perfectly, osis2mod also produces no errors, but nothing
>>> at all shows up in the commentary section. I've tested this in Xiphos
>>> and Bibletime. I know it is being taken as a commentary since it
>>> shows up as one in both Xiphos and Bibletime, but no errors are
>>> produce and nothing is ever seen. I Know the module is loaded since I
>>> can see the module title once it is loaded.
>>> I'm stuck here however, because it doesn't seem to be working
>>> otherwise, yet I'm not getting a single errors. It's like the module
>>> is simply not there (though it seems loaded). There's not text
>>> references. I've changed the name of this module to 'OTTEST' simply
>>> to differentiate it from OTPassages and it shows up and loads as
>>> OTTEST. I've tried all of the -b 2|3|4 options with osis2mod. I've
>>> created raw versions, zipped versions, and looked at debug levels
>>> 1,16,128 all to no effect.
>>> Anyone have any ideas where I can go from here to find out where the
>>> problem lies?
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