Except in the .conf file, the module path in Windows should use rather than /

The .conf file is cross-platform, so a choice was made at the beginning to use 
/ as in Linux.

Best regards, David

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On Sun, Mar 11, 2018 at 16:47, DM Smith <dmsm...@crosswire.org> wrote:

> Johan,
>
> The output should be located at ./modules/texts/ztext/ts2009. Those folders 
> should already be there. There should be some kind of failure message if it 
> cannot open the output files for writing. If there are currently files there 
> it should update them.
>
> Since you didn’t include any flags for compression, the module that is put 
> there won’t be compressed.
>
> osis2mod doesn’t care about the module’s conf. That is supposed to be created 
> based upon how you build the module, i.e. what flags you use for osis2mod. 
> I’m guessing your conf doesn’t match with regard to compression. If that’s 
> the case the module won’t work.
>
> Also if you are on a modern version of Windows, you might not have permission 
> to write to c:Program Files (x86)CrossWireThe SWORD Projectmodules extsztext 
> s2009
>
> Hope this helps,
> DM Smith
>
>> On Mar 11, 2018, at 10:00 AM, Johan <johan.mar...@messianic.co.za> wrote:
>>
>> DM Smith,
>>
>> It looks like this:
>>
>> C:Program Files (x86)CrossWireThe SWORD Project>osis2mod 
>> ./modules/texts/ztext/ts2009/ TS2009Ver100.osis.xml -c ts2009
>>
>> You are running osis2mod: $Rev: 3314 $
>>
>> Adding cipher filter with phrase: ts2009
>>
>> SUCCESS: osis2mod: has finished its work and will now rest
>>
>> C:Program Files (x86)CrossWireThe SWORD Project>
>>
>> Only the following are in the "The SWORD Project" folder:
>>
>> Utilities from Xiphos
>>
>> TS2009Ver100.osis.xml file
>>
>> ts2009.conf file in the "mods.d" folder
>>
>> The following folder structure, under "The SWORD Project"
>>
>> modules
>>
>>    texts
>>
>>       ztext
>>
>>          ts2009
>>
>> The .conf file starts with [TS2009] and the
>>
>> DataPath=./modules/texts/ztext/ts2009/
>>
>> Thank you,
>>
>> Johan
>>
>> From: DM Smith [mailto:dmsm...@crosswire.org]
>> Sent: Sunday, 11 March 2018 14:18
>> To: SWORD Developers' Collaboration Forum <sword-devel@crosswire.org>
>> Subject: Re: [sword-devel] osis2mod
>>
>> Johan,
>>
>> Please tell us your entire command line. We can then answer your question.
>>
>> — DM Smith
>>
>> On Mar 11, 2018, at 7:43 AM, Johan <johan.mar...@messianic.co.za> wrote:
>>
>>> Good day,
>>>
>>> I created a bible module (osis.xml) which I want to convert into a Sword 
>>> bible module, using osis2mod.
>>>
>>> It looks as if it works correctly, but there is no output.
>>>
>>> I receive this message:
>>>
>>> You are running osis2mod: $Rev: 3314 $
>>>
>>> Adding cipher filter with phrase: xxxxxx
>>>
>>> SUCCESS: osis2mod: has finished its work and will now rest
>>>
>>> This is the message directly under the command line.
>>>
>>> What could be the problem please?
>>>
>>> Thanks for all the help.
>>>
>>> Johan
>>
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