[sword-devel] abnormal program termination

James Gross sword-devel@crosswire.org
Mon, 13 Mar 2000 23:34:28 PST

Dear Clay:

You could try to do the following, which worked for me:

1.  Go to the drive that you installed Sword to (such as c:) then go to 
Program Files\Crosswire\The SWORD Project\mods.d\eastons.conf
2.  See if it is 2k in size, if yes, then:
3.  Go to The SWORD Project\modules\lexdict\rawld\eastons\eastons.conf
4.  See if it is 2k in size, if yes, then I have no answer for you.

If one of the files is 0k, then just copy the file that is 2k in size to the 
directory that has the 0k file in it.  That should work just fine.  If you 
are still having problems, try downloading the zip file and expand it and 
copy to the proper directories.

I know that I probably could have written a more concise reply, but it is 
late and I am in the midst of moving.  Sorry.  The above directions work for 
any of the abnormal program termination warnings that you might receive in 
the future.  Just remember that all of the .conf files are different in 
size, not just 2k.  The program seems to compare the xxx.conf files in 
mods.d and the modules directory to see if they are similiar in size.  If 
not, then you get the APT warning.

Your brother in Christ,

P.S.  I only have received the APT warning when I use the .exe files, never 
with the .zip files.

>From: clay stimpson <a1clay@mint.net>
>Reply-To: sword-devel@crosswire.org
>To: "sword-devel@crosswire.org" <sword-devel@crosswire.org>
>Subject: [sword-devel] abnormal program termination
>Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2000 17:05:11 -0500
>I installed some dictionaries and when I went to load the program it
>said it was installing the "Eastons".  Then I got Sword exe "abnormal
>program termination" message and can not load sword exe.
>In His love ,

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