[sword-devel] Legitimate FTP Mirrors & Module Distribution Rights Question

Andrew Thule thulester at gmail.com
Thu Jul 26 06:05:37 MST 2012

David, I suspected as much and don't deny the decision to support one
or more installation sites resides with the client developer.  That
said, InstallMgr appears to be moving in that direction, which I think
is a wonderful feature.  I suspect different client developers
influence each other feature-wise.


On Thu, Jul 26, 2012 at 2:23 AM, David Haslam <dfhmch at googlemail.com> wrote:
> Andrew,
> Not all front-ends use the SWORD-based InstallMgr whose behaviour you just
> observed.
> For a start, JSword based front-ends have their own JSword-based module
> manager.
> So it would be unfair to generalize from what happens with one SWORD-based
> front-end such as Xiphos.
> And, from what I can recall from earlier threads, PocketSword has its own
> install manager,
> even though the front-end itself is based on the SWORD API. No doubt Nic can
> clarify this.
> David
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