[sword-devel] Rahlfs LXX
chrislit at crosswire.org
Tue Oct 4 21:15:20 MST 2005
In the case of the LXX, it's underlyingly Rahlf's. No one would
reasonably hope to claim any rights to Rahlf's. But the morph tagging &
citation form data might be claimed by CCAT/CATSS, and as I recall their
license isn't that restrictive. But do check to be sure.
I think Steve Amato's Greek text is based on CCAT's database (with
accents stripped off), and he may even use their morph tagging as the
basis for his, though they use different systems for tagging.
Troy A. Griffitts wrote:
> I saw the CCAT module. I'd like to use that data, but what is the REAL
> scoop on CCAT? We got burned last time when we used their NU Greek NT.
> I spent alot of time converting and making that module work and then we
> were asked not to distribute it.
> Chris Little wrote:
>> It's based on Steve Amato's morphologically & Strong's tagged & KJV
>> re-versified OLB LXX module, so it doesn't have the apocryphal
>> portions, variant readings, etc.
>> If you want to produce a module of the complete text, it is available
>> at CCAT (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/gopher/text/religion/biblical/),
>> complete with the Tischendorf & other variants, morphology, accents, &
>> citation forms. But it's in BETA code and in word-per-line format.
>> Troy A. Griffitts wrote:
>>> Anyone know from where exactly we got our Rahlfs LXX data? I'd like
>>> to add Apocryphal books as a Genbook and would like to use the same
>>> source. We're translating Psalms of Solomon for next week and I'd
>>> love to have it available in SWORD.
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