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Posted by bvahedy at Feb 11, 2010 10:20:14 AM
own module question
I am working with windows xp is there anyone out there who has installed their own bible modules using windows?

any help is much appreciated.

Posted by bvahedy at Feb 11, 2010 11:46:04 AM
Re: own module question
The other question I have is using Windows xp how do I create and place the bible text in these .bzz .bzv .bzs etc... files?

May be I am missing something.

Posted by niccarter at Feb 12, 2010 6:06:33 PM
Re: own module question
I think the question you are asking is more about how to create a Bible module, rather than how to install the Bible module you have already created into PocketSword?

Creating a new module for use with PocketSword (or any of the other pieces of software connected with CrossWire) is something that I have never done before, but there is a wiki that can hopefully help you? Take a look at:

Once you have the module created, installing it into PocketSword is a breeze -- take a look at the forum post that explains how to do that. There's also a post on the PocketSword blog about how to do that.

if you need more help, let us know. :)
PocketSword Developer

Posted by mdbergmann at Feb 15, 2010 9:04:36 AM
Re: own module question
I don't believe this is something that can be presented on a video.
There are too many aspects involved.

But generally the process is like this:
1. you need a module source text.

2. from that source you create a module using appropriate command line tools. (explanation also in the above link.

3. you install the module in the application


Posted by bvahedy at Feb 16, 2010 9:31:43 AM
Re: own module question
Yes, I guess my question was two folds, I have the Bible in a database with book name/chap no./verse no./verse txt. I may have to write some utility program to convert this to OSIS xml format (what a pain). Then import it into PocketSword would be another matter.

Thanks for the clues, I need to spend sometime looking at the manual.