[sword-devel] No errors. Valid OSIS. Not working. Looking for suggestions.
thulester at gmail.com
Thu Aug 2 14:38:46 MST 2012
Yes, thank you for the suggestions all.
Peter, your instincts are correct - it was a pathing problem.
On Thu, Aug 2, 2012 at 1:49 PM, DM Smith <dmsmith at crosswire.org> wrote:
> Try creating a "raw" module and open the data files with a text editor to see if they have what you expect. The -d 2 flag is useful in understanding the data file.
> I agree w/ Peter et al, it is almost always a conf or a file permission problem.
> In Him,
> On Aug 2, 2012, at 10:29 AM, Andrew Thule <thulester at gmail.com> 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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