- Transcelerator helps Bible translation teams translate comprehension checking questions in order to prepare to test the quality and clarity of the vernacular Scripture translation.
- To get set up to use and build Transcelerator, you will need to download Paratext. (I'm sorry, but at this time Paratext is not open source and has license restrictions. I have no control over that, but if you talk to me, I might be able to help you get it.)
- There are some post-build commands that will attempt to copy the plugin files to a (potentially) useful location if you are building using the "Debug - Copy to Paratext" or "Release - Copy to Paratext" configurations. Depending on your individual needs, you might want to tweak the details, but if you do, please don't include your tweaks in a pull request. When building the "Release - Copy to Paratext" configuration for the first time, it will attempt to set up the necessary directory structure by copying files into the default install location for Paratext 7 and/or 8. If those folders are not already there, you need to be running Visual Studio as an administrator, or the xcopy command(s) will fail.
- To learn to use Transcelerator, see the wiki, especially the Getting Started page.
- Unit tests depend on NUnit. I recommend using Jet Brains Resharper, which has built-in test running capabilities.
- The Paratext Plugins Wiki has more advanced information about the Paratext plugin architecture, which will explain more about how to build a plugin like Transcelerator.
- I welcome contributions that further the goals of this project.
- If your pull request does not contain passing unit tests that demonstrate the value and quality of your contribution, it will reduce the likelihood that your submission will be accepted.
- If you contact me in advance of making any changes, I can probably give you some guidance and let you know if I think your proposed changes are on track.
- Please visit the TXL Jira page to see the outstanding Jira issues.
- Technical lead: Tom Bogle
- To discuss the concepts and principles behind Transcelerator (e.g., if you disagree with the idea of using "canned" questions as basis for checking comprehension), contact Mark Penny.