Le 12/08/2017 à 11:03, David Haslam a écrit :
> Sword utilities generally assume the current directory is the sword path.
I use now "mod2imp dbd" no result, but dbd is in
/usr/share/sword/modules... In the good place!! Need I the administrator
rights to execute mod2imp? I tested with a bible module and it runs!
Maybe the devotional folder is not the good one?
> (I have a symbolic link to the folder where the utils are stored in my PC.)
> The command line argument for mod2imp is just the module name
> You don't need to use the option -r OSIS, as you wish to see the complete
> raw data.
> So for example:
> utils\mod2imp DBD
> outputs the DBD module contents in IMP format to the console.
> (I assume you know how to redirect the output to a text file.)
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