shane at rices2peru.com
Thu Nov 17 10:08:49 MST 2005
Thanks for the help, this is a modern version, but it is going back
to the "Old Paths" it is a correction of the 1909 Spanish Bible, and
does conform to the KJV very nicely. I believe it is the closest in the
Spanish language that you can get your hands on. So, what one would I
use, I seen there were a lot of programs on that one link. It is plain
text with no verse markings or chapter or book markings. It has the
same amount of verses as the KJV, so what is my next step. Thanks for
the help! - Oh, I don't write scripts, except for scripts for Sunday
Sermons, but I don't think that is the same type of script that you are
referring to. :-)
Serving the King,
Barry Drake wrote:
> Hi there ..........
> Shane Rice wrote:
>> Thanks for the info. I do have the one verse per line raw text,
>> for the entire Bible. Where do I find this vpl2mod ?
> Not hard to find. Windows binaries for all the Sword utilities are at
> If you file is plaintext with no chapter verse markup, it MUST conform
> exactly to KJV versification. If it doesn't (and most modern versions
> don't) than the module you will get will be out of step and display
> incorrect verses. The only way to handle this would be to insert
> chapter verse markup between the verses. That will usually require
> you to write a script in some scripting language. Please ask if you
> need further help.
> God bless,
> -- From Barry Drake (The Revd) minister of the Netherfield United
> Reformed church, Nottingham see http://www.jesusinnetherfield.org.uk
> for our church homepages).
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