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README.md

Autographa Lite

React re-write of an earlier version of the app. All further development will be done here.

This is a standalone desktop application which hopes to aid and be a friendly companion of the Bible Translator. In essence it is a basic USFM editor which is capable of import and export of USFM files. It has handy features like color-coded diffs across imported texts for comparison between revisions, search and replace and export to formatted HTML.

Developer Setup

It is relatively easy to setup the application locally for development.

Prerequisites

Node JS 12.6.0 npm 6.9.0
Python 2 (One of our build tools breaks under Python 3.)

Build and run

  1. Fork and clone this repository
  2. Set environment variable ELECTRON_BUILDER_ALLOW_UNRESOLVED_DEPENDENCIES=true
  3. Install dependencies with npm install
  4. Start the application with npm start

Mac and *nix (tested on MacOS Sierra 10.14 and Ubuntu 19.04)

In Bash-like shell:

export ELECTRON_BUILDER_ALLOW_UNRESOLVED_DEPENDENCIES=true
cd autographa-lite && npm install
npm start

Windows (tested on Windows 10)

In Command Prompt:

cd autographa-lite
set ELECTRON_BUILDER_ALLOW_UNRESOLVED_DEPENDENCIES=true
npm install
npm start

Contributing

If you'd like to contribute, please fork the repository and make changes as you'd like. Pull requests are warmly welcome. Please read the CONTRIBUTE page for details on our code of conduct, and the process for submitting pull requests.

We really value our contributors weather they helped fix a bug, build a feature, tested out the app or made some meaningful impact. Look up our contributors.

License

This project is licensed under the liberal MIT License. See LICENSE for more details.

Contact

Let us know if face any bugs/problems by opening an issue in GitHub. We'll do our best to be prompt in our response.

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