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Male Jonas
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Markup formats

I would like to make a bible text module.
How can I convert a bible in osis, gbf, thml or vpl format?
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Re: Markup formats

Is there any programm for that, or should I put the tags manually, or by a script made by myself?
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Re: Markup formats

As for OSIS, if you go to the bibletechnologies.net web site you will find links to the OSIS portal and there you will find examples of texts encoded with OSIS.

The most developed part are tags for Bible texts, but if you want to make a book, you can achieve what you want by using he <div> tags (you can embed them to make a structure) and <p> tags for paragraphs in the <div> sections.

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