greg.hellings at gmail.com
Thu Dec 1 07:43:50 MST 2005
You might want to look into the
as discussed earlier on this list, which includes support for both THmL and
OSIS markups. It looks fairly straightforward, although I have yet to run
it. It might require an install of wxMSW, which is available
It should help you to change the current plain text markup and make it a
module. Alternatively, if you prefer to do less manual work than the copy &
paste than would be required in SwordModuleCreator, you could try writing a
script in your favorite language... Python, Perl, ViM, Emacs, etc. It
*might* also be expedient to use the "Replace" feature of a full-featured
program, if you are familiar with Regular Expressions but are baffled by
different scripting languages. It's your choice... there's quite a range of
options available. Of course, which one is best depends upon your own skill
and upon the format in which the plain text is already found. Good luck!
On 12/1/05, Lalremlien Neitham <lalremlien at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello, i am new to to sword and osis. can anybody please tell me how to
> easily convert a raw bible text to osis xml?
> i am planning to make a bible in my peoples dialect (not a very common
> dialect/ language though the script is in Roman) that will be put up online.
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