[sword-devel] New modules
Don A. Elbourne Jr.
Wed, 16 Jan 2002 09:08:25 -0600
Nevermind, I will answer my own question. :)
The info states:
A Conservative Version (ACV) was translated by Dr. Walter L. Porter. The ACV
is in the public domain. The translation can be accessed online at
http://www.stillvoices.org. This copy of the ACV text came from there.
If you want a copy of the ACV, contact Joshua Holman at email@example.com.
You have to poke around the guys web site for a while, but if you do you
will find the article
It looks like his ACV is his corrections to the ASV based upon his use of
bibleWorks and the built in lexicons in that program.
Don A. Elbourne Jr.
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> What is "A Conservative Version?" Do you have any info on it?
> Don A. Elbourne Jr.
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> > [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Chris Little
> > Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2002 8:46 PM
> > To: email@example.com
> > Subject: [sword-devel] New modules
> > Four new modules have been released publicly:
> > ACV (A Conservative Version)
> > ItaDio (Italian Diodati)
> > ItaRive (Italian Riveduta)
> > ChiGUs (Chinese Glory Union (Simplified))
> > Plus an updated version of:
> > RusMakarij (The Pentateuch of Moses in Russian)
> > Additionally, 5 Russian, 2 Ukrainian, and one Coptic translation have
> > been posted in the Beta area, pending approval for release by the author
> > of the program from which they were taken (and copyright holders, when
> > necessary):
> > RusLoot (Russian Gospels)
> > RusSon (Russian Pentateuch)
> > RusGN (Russian NT)
> > RusWOL (Russian NT)
> > RusNWT (Russian NWT NT)
> > UkrUBS (Ukrainian NT)
> > UkrKulish (Ukrainian NT)
> > CopSahHorner (Horner's Sahidic Coptic NT)
> > The Coptic really needs a new font. It will work reasonably well with a
> > full Unicode font like Arial Unicode MS or Code2000, but the glyphs are
> > rendered in Greek style, not Coptic. :(
> > Interesting bit of trivia... Sword modules now outnumber sword-devel
> > subscribers.
> > --Chris