[sword-devel] imp2gbs and imb2vs
Thu, 9 Jan 2003 11:35:05 -0600
Thank you Chris.
I am a little slow in this. Now I got the format working by changing SourceType in my conf file. The next step is compressing the module. I tried:
mod2zmod vietcom e:\sword 3 2
and I got a message "couldnot find module: vietcom
vietcom is a commentary module I just made and put in sword.
Can you please show me how mod2zmod.exe work.
From: Chris Little [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, January 09, 2003 10:20 AM
Subject: Re: [sword-devel] imp2gbs and imb2vs
On Thu, 9 Jan 2003, Pham, Khoi wrote:
> In the last couple days, I tested imp2gbs. It worked wonderful. It
> also accepts mark-up tags like <b></b>,<p></p>..., but when I tried
> imb2vs, it worked fine but ignored all mark-ups. Can anyone make this
> program acceptting formatting mark-ups?
Neither program pays any attention to markup. They will both add to the
module data file anything that is in the import file.
What you probably need is to add a SourceType value to your .conf file.
It can take values like GBF and ThML currently (and OSIS quite soon). It
sounds like perhaps you copied a GenBook .conf that already had
SourceType=ThML but your Bible or commentary module didn't include one so
it simply passes the tags on as plaintext.
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