Transcelerator helps Bible translation teams translate comprehension checking questions in order to prepare to test the quality and clarity of the vernacular Scripture translation.
How do I get set up?
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.)
Transcelerator depends on sevee ral DLLs in the lib\dotnet folder. A few of these are checked into the repository, but most of them are pulled down from TeamCity using the getDependencies-windows.sh script located in the build folder.
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.