[sword-devel] Parallel display of modules with varying v11ns

Костя Маслюк kostyamaslyuk at gmail.com
Wed Feb 26 14:56:51 MST 2014

Oh, i just get what you meant about speed and size of translation. What you
would like to achieve beyond i have implemented? It is optimized in speed
and is very lightweight in size.

As a bonus it can be  used in per translation versification concept.

The only thing i would like to change is to slightly increase size, adding
one byte per rule to store rule type, so it can handle difficult cases in
future with backward compatibility.
 26.02.2014 23:00 пользователь "Troy A. Griffitts" <scribe �� crosswire.org>

> One positive thing from the previous thread is the reminder of Kosta's
> proposed implementation for translation between modules of varying v11n.
> The accusation of irresponsibility is warranted, not for delaying the
> patch submission, but for delaying the discussion toward a resolution and
> buyin by a consensus of frontends.
> To sum up:
> We have refactored and isolated translation to a single point within the
> engine. Basically, when you set the value of one VerseKey from a VerseKey
> with differing v11n, translation will happen. This propogates naturally to
> many places in the engine. For example it will allow one to set the LXX
> module from a key obtained from the KJV module:
> lxx.setKey(KJV.getKey());
> The question still on the table is: how useful is this for the primary use
> case of displaying in parallel modules with varying v11ns?
> A secondary question is how can we optimize, in both speed and size, the
> translation. The JSword team is beginning to implement their own mechanism
> and I would like to hear about their experience.
> There are open threads on this with many of my, and others, thoughts and
> concerns. I would appreciate it if commenters might consider searching the
> list history before commenting.
> My theoretical question is, what logic do we want to use to create a
> parallel display? There are many hard cases we haven't resolved, even if
> the resolution is "we simply don't handle that, and what you'll see is X."
> I know the STEP tools have a parallel display implementation. I have no
> idea if its behavior in corner cases is acceptable to most.
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