greg.hellings at gmail.com
Tue Sep 18 14:55:38 MST 2012
Hmm, then perhaps the issue is that the language is not being
identified by And Bible. This is a locale that I've only recently
created and it isn't in SWORD yet, as it is only partially complete.
It appears that the AndBible application keeps its locale.d/ files
somewhere other than under that - perhaps with the application code
On Tue, Sep 18, 2012 at 4:48 PM, Daniel Owens <dcowens76 at gmail.com> wrote:
> My phone installs modules to
> /sdcard/Android/data/net.bible.android.activity/files/, but you tried that
> already. For what it's worth, I can manually install to that directory
> without a problem. I can even restore my backup of those files after
> reinstalling AndBible (long story), and it detects all of them.
> On 09/18/2012 03:31 PM, Greg Hellings wrote:
>> I'm trying to get a module up and running on AndBible and there's a
>> few things I'm either missing or botching about it.
>> 1) The module is in a personal repository. There doesn't seem to be a
>> way in AndBible to configure a new install location. This is an
>> HTTP-based location, so it would need post-1.6.2 SWORD, but I imagine
>> that's not much of an issue for AndBible as it can bundle its own
>> version of SWORD. Is this intentional, overlooked, or purposefully
>> left out of the application?
>> 2) I tried copying the files directly into the application, but I
>> can't seem to locate the proper location to place them. I have tried
>> directly into /sword/ on the SDCard, but I think that was the path
>> that Bishop uses. So then I tried in /Android/data/<net.bible or
>> something>/ where I also located a mods.d and modules directory. The
>> application still didn't seem to locate the files. Am I missing the
>> install path somewhere?
>> 3) If files are meant to be manually installed, I don't see a way to
>> tell the application to refresh its cache of modules. That would be a
>> handy button, rather than force closing the application and restarting
>> I've been told I need to actually soil my hands with mobile
>> development, so I'm willing to work with you, Martin, if these are
>> directions you want the application to go. The target for this module
>> is the stereotypical, rural, subsaharan, African grasslands. Some
>> people might have connectivity some of the time, but it's much more
>> likely that the files will be copied from phone to phone readily.
>> Might it even be possible for one person to directly transfer a module
>> from one phone to another using some sort of Bluetooth or NFC-style of
>> connection in the absence of a host computer? Now I'm just talking
>> hot air about possibilities, but is it feasible?
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