tim at selfdidactic.com
Fri Jul 31 11:02:49 MST 2015
I am sorry to hear that, Peter. Can you send me the output of your
compile? Is Debian-Testing using 1.7x of Sword? If so, that would be one
reason why it does not compile. I thought about writing it for the
latest Sword, but decided to stick with stock libs on Ubuntu LTS, so it
is being developed on 1.6. I'll add that tidbit of info in my repo's
On 2015-07-31 02:52, Peter von Kaehne wrote:
> Hi Tim,
> It failed to compile on my machine - Debian testing.
> On Sun, 2015-07-26 at 13:36 -0400, Tim Hawes wrote:
>> I am thinking I should make some announcement about cbible.
>> This is a persoanl project. I wanted an Emacs mode that uses Sword,
>> diatheke is very limiting.
>> I wanted to be able to turn off verse numbers, and just print the
>> reference for the entire passage selection at the end, rather than
>> getting full book/chapter/verse at the begining of every verse. I
>> wanted to be able to save commentary notes in the Personal commentary
>> module. So I set up to write a better diatheke (of sorts).
>> I have not written in C++ in well over 10 years now, so this was an
>> opportunity for me to re-learn the language as well.
>> I even wrote some very simple unit tests with the Catch unit test
>> library (https://github.com/philsquared/Catch), and on every commit
>> master, the project compiles and runs the unit tests on Travis CI
>> If you run the program without arguments, you will start in an
>> interactive mode, similar to the old KJV bible program that used to
>> on the old UNIX C programs FTP site, and now is part of
>> Debian. Interactive mode uses the GNU readline library. I want to
>> implement tab-completion for Scripture references, but have not found
>> good way to do this automatically.
>> There is a Kdevelop project file (even though I am writing this
>> entirely in Emacs).
>> The program will kickout the Scripture references (with ranges) you
>> through at it, and will turn on or off versification, and with any
>> module you have installed. I have not yet implemented search, but I
>> in the near future. I have the component that writes to the Personal
>> commentary module working, but I have not yet committed those
>> changes. I
>> will commit once I refine the unit tests for that piece (within the
>> day or so, if not later today).
>> The program creates a config file for the user on first use, that
>> now, just contains the default module. You can specify any module you
>> have installed, but uses the KJV by default, until you change it in
>> config file (at ~/.cbibe.cfg).
>> I am using boost's program_options library. I was thinking of using
>> getopts at first, but I like the idea of using a configuration file
>> well, and boost's library handles both commandline options and
>> configuration file.
>> I plan on doing some blogging in org-mode on Emacs in the near
>> and at some point, I will stop writing any new features for this
>> software, so I can write the elisp I need to be able to use this
>> Emacs, but I can see potential for this lil' pet project to grow some
>> new features.
>> Yours in Christ,
>> Tim Hawes
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