[sword-devel] Running confmaker.pl
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Fri Jun 22 06:03:24 MST 2018
Thank you for the info. I did a search using Synaptic Package Manager on
"perl" and got massive hits. Searching on "perl bindings" returned
fewer, but still numerous hits. I do not know enough to make a choice
and the names did not suggest obvious choices to me.
Is it possible that someone could give me the names of the required
packages for Debian (or Ubuntu, which might be similar)?
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On 06/22/2018 08:06 AM, Peter Von Kaehne wrote:
>>> On 21 June 2018 at 20:04, Tom Sullivan <info at beforgiven.info[mailto:info at beforgiven.info]> wrote:
>>> The wiki page should have given the URI. It took me a long time to find it at
> Thanks, I fixed this.
>>> When I gave confmaker.pl[http://confmaker.pl] an X permission and ran it [..]
>> Von: "pierre amadio" <amadio.pierre at gmail.com>
>> Perl is telling you that it cannot find one module (perl library) the script needs, in this case, the Sword module:
> Indeed. You need the Perl Bindings installed - and if your distribution does not package them then either you compile it yourself or you skip that step, risking that your module conf file will have superfluous OptionFilters enabled.
>>> I did see in the code comments that it appears to take a single parameter: The OSIS file. Is this correct?
> No, there are more options, but once you got it running, simply run it wiut parametres and iwill give you a complete usage message.
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