Non-KJV Versification... was Re: [sword-devel] Linux Module Building
Troy A. Griffitts
Fri, 26 Jul 2002 12:17:46 -0700
Well, you have 2 options for non-KJV versification.
1) make the module in its own versification scheme, and where there isn't
a 'KJV slot' for an entry, concatenate these entries into the last valid
KJV entry. This is what our utilities attempt to do with any entries
that you have in your import files that don't align with a KJV entry.
2) use our General Book Format to create the module as a general book,
and not a 'Bible'. You can use whatever heirarchical reference system
you desire for general books. An example of a Bible in a gbs import
file would be something like:
In the beginning...
And the earth was without form
Hope this helps.
> Thanks for your help re Linux tools.
> A second question: I have approached the copyright holder of the Psalter According to the Seventy about releasing the text for electronic useage. This is an English translation of the Psalter as found in the LXX and is a standard in Eastern Orthodoxy--the LXX is the canonical OT scriptures of Orthodoxy. I've noted, however, that non-KJV Versifications are not currently supported. Is there any way around this, or will I need to wait on this project until 1.7/2.0 is available?
> Thanks again.
>>From "Troy A. Griffitts" <email@example.com> on 26 Jul 2002:
>> Yes, most things are developed on linux first. If you check out the
>>sword module from our cvs repository, you find our latest tools under
>>sword/utilities. This directory also exists in our standard 1.5.3
>>source code release, but the tools in cvs are much better to use. We're
>>approaching a 1.5.4 release this weekend.
>>>I am wanting to put together some modules for SWORD but am only
>>finding win tools to do so. Has someone put together some *nix
>>scripts/programs for processing files into modules? While I'm beginning
>>to learn Perl I really am not at a point where I can create my own
>>scripts for this.
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