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- To: developer at arabeyes dot org
- Subject: TODO libquran
- From: "Maher ." <maher_dev at hotmail dot com>
- Date: Thu, 26 Dec 2002 03:57:01 +0100
Finally I have vacation. I installed mandrake 9 and downloaded the Quran
Project files. And after hours of trying I finally managed to compile and
run libquran and QtQuran (Yes, It's not easy for a standard Windows/Visual
C++ developer like me).
I studied libquran and I finally know now how it works. But I didn't
understand exactly what was ment last time with warsh and qa'loon (or
I want to work on libquran this week and next week. Can we discuss about it
on irc this week? Make a time when you can and notify me about it.
On Fri, 2002-12-13 at 11:04, Mohammed Yousif wrote:
I didn't do that yet, if you want to implement it.
Actually a weak one is impemented in QtQuran but I didn't transfer it to
libquran because of that, anyway look at searchform.* in QtQuran to get an
idea about what should we expect from a searching function.
Another thing that I would like to see implemented in libquran is
multiple readings (Qira'at) in 'quran.ar.xml' it should be like this:
<searchtext></searchtext> ---->used for searching
<qurantext></qurantext> -----> used for (Hafs An Aasem)
<warsh></warsh> ------> used for (Warsh An Nafea)
<qanoon></qanoon> ------> used for (Qanoon An Nafea)
so when I use quran_read_verse, I give it an additional argument to decide
which reading I want to take and then libquran searches for its tag and if
found return it, if not, this means that it's the same as (Hafs An Aasem),
<qurantext> should be returned then.
I hope you get my ideas, so feel free to discuss them if you want.
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