[sword-devel] NET Bible
Don A. Elbourne Jr.
Mon, 23 Sep 2002 07:33:07 -0500
The conversion tool I mentioned
http://www.jeff-jackson.com/Religion/netprogram.zip is not my tool, and has
nothing to do with the Sword Project. Jeff Jackson created it to help
convert the NET Bible to a format that can be imported into Bible Works.
(BW= BibleWorks http://bibleworks.com ) Jeff's web site is
I mentioned it to Chris, because he is the pumpkin holder for Sword module
creation. He wanted to take a look at Jeff's list of errors in the NET
Bible's markup to make sure there was nothing there that he had not caught
himself when converting NET to a Sword module.
The Sword Project does not have permision, as of yet, to distribute the NET
Bible as a module.
I have not tried Jeff's tool myself, but it is supposed to work. I know many
BW users have been successful. I'm not sure what format it spits out, but it
should be able to be used to create a Sword module. If you want to try your
hand at it, the Sword module creation documentation can be found at
by grace alone,
Don A. Elbourne Jr.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Matt and Patty Bucken" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, September 22, 2002 1:04 PM
Subject: [sword-devel] NET Bible
> I just recently found the Sword Project, but so far am excited about the
> program and its ease of use. I was reading through the message archive
> from sword-devel for info about NET Bible modules and found this post.
> >Here is that NET Bible conversion tool I was telling you about.
> >The source code and a list of corrections is included in the zip file.
> >by grace alone,
> >Don A. Elbourne Jr.
> I have attempted to follow these instructions but parse.exe is blowing up
> on me. I realize that you are not obligated to provide any support for
> this, but I would appreciate any suggestions. I am running winXP.
> Also, steps 8-12 refer to BW. So far I have not been able to find out
> BW refers too. Can you point me in the right direction?
> Matt Bucken