[sword-devel] Diatheke doen't show anything...

Troy A. Griffitts scribe at crosswire.org
Fri Nov 8 12:02:44 MST 2013

There should be no mods.conf. you should see a modules/ data folder created by installmgr in the same folder along side your mods.d/ configuration folder. Did installmgr create this folder for the data files? Did installmgr place any module configuration files inside your mods.d/ folder?

pHep <paul.heptin at gmx.de> wrote:
>Thank you for your help!
>But I did some tests...
>This is the Output for diatheke without arguments:
>Diatheke command-line SWORD frontend Version 4.5
>Copyright 1999-2009 by the CrossWire Bible Society
>  diatheke <-b module_name> [-s search_type] [-r search_range]
>[-o option_filters] [-m maximum_verses] [-f output_format]
>[-e output_encoding] [-t script] [-v variant#(-1=all|0|1)]
>[-l locale] <-k query_key>
>If <book> is "system" you may use these system keys: "modulelist",
>"modulelistnames", and "localelist".
>Valid search_type values are: regex, multiword, and phrase(def).
>Valid option_filters values are: n (Strong's numbers),
>  f (Footnotes), m (Morphology), h (Section Headings),
>c (Cantillation), v (Hebrew Vowels), a (Greek Accents), p (Arabic
>  l (Lemmas), s (Scripture Crossrefs), r (Arabic Shaping),
>  b (Bi-Directional Reordering), x (Red Words of Christ)
>Maximum verses may be any integer value
>Valid output_format values are: GBF, ThML, RTF, HTML, OSIS, CGI, and
>Valid output_encoding values are: Latin1, UTF8 (def), UTF16, HTML, and
>Valid locale values depend on installed locales. en is default.
>The query_key must be the last argument because all following
>  arguments are added to the key.
>Example usage:
>  diatheke -b KJV -o fmnx -k Jn 3:16
>  diatheke -b WHNU -t Latin -o mn -k Mt 24
>  diatheke -b KJV -s phrase -r Mt -k love
>And this is the output for: diatheke -b system -k modulelist
>/C:\Users\Familie\Desktop\SWORD\TEST\installmgr>diatheke -b system -k
>Biblical Texts:
>Generic books:/
>It looks like it doesn't find my modules... 
>I've created the "mods.conf" and the "mods.d" in the directory
>the diatheke.exe the modules are installed in the same directory
>SWORD_PATH is set to
>Installmgr finds the SWORD_PATH, it works and installs the modules to
>Is there something I've missed?
>-kind regards,
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