[sword-devel] how to get strongs numbers from KJV2003 module?
djw at reactor-core.org
Mon Oct 24 00:47:51 MST 2005
On Sun, Oct 23, 2005 at 08:10:51PM -0400, DM Smith wrote:
>N-GSM keys into Robinsons module to give the part of speech.
>Likewise for THxxxx. These are Thayer's numbers, but there is not a
>Thayer's module yet.
>Strong's numbers are of the form:
>lemma="x-Strongs:H03092" in the OT
>lemma="x-Strongs:G3588" in the NT
>Note that the numbers start with H for Hebrew and G for Greek.
>In other modules you may find:
>(Troy has suggested that this be the form for all new modules.)
Thanks DM, it does help a bit. But I'm still lost. I'm a really raw
Sword newbie. How can I take something like
and get the appropriate strongs number from it?
Is there a library function I can use? I tried looking at how diatheke
did it, but it looks like the all the functionality is hidden away
And since x-StrongsMorph:TH8686 is not a Strong's number after all, how
do I get the strong's number from it? Is there a library function?
If someone can show me how diatheke is retrieving the strong's numbers,
I'd be happy to trace the code back from there.
>>Hi. When I run mod2osis I get nice strongs numbers for the old
>>testament, but when I get to the new testament, I get this sort of
>> lemma="robinson:N-GSM" morph="x-Robinson:N-GSM" src="4"
>>Also, even in the Old Testament, I'm not sure what to do; how do I get
>>the strongs number from something like this:
>> lemma="strongMorph:TH8686" morph="x-StrongsMorph:TH8686"
>>How do I turn those fields and arguments into actual strong's numbers?
>>Any help will be appreciated. I'm trying to add some Strong's type
>>capabilities to the command line "bible-kjv" program that comes with
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