[sword-devel] KJV 2006 5th beta
Terry T Biggs
terry470 at alltel.net
Mon Apr 3 19:41:14 MST 2006
On Mon, 2006-04-03 at 20:44 -0400, DM Smith wrote:
> Terry T Biggs wrote:
> > Looks really good.
> > Patched osishtmlhref.cpp to display the small caps.
> Super! Do you know if the other filters need to be modified to show all
> upper case or small caps?
> (I had to change JSword to show all uppercase, since it could not do
I did the same for the osishtmlhref filter and then set the font size to
'-1' except for the first character. Looks good in gnomesword.
> > This note tag for Exodus 6:2 is causing a problem becuse it has a 'type'
> > <note type="study">the <divineName>Lord</divineName>: or, <divineName
> > type="x-yhwh">Jehovah</divineName></note>
> I'm not sure what the problem is?
I thought you tagged divineName in notes without type. Just
> There are two types for notes in this version of the kjv: type="study"
> and type="x-strongsMarkup"
> The former were x-StudyNote. I changed it because, "study" is a
> predefined note type.
> x-strongsMarkup has not changed. Currently, they are shown by Sword. In
> the final build of the module, I'll remove them, along with the
> <milestone type="x-strongsMarkup"/>, but keep them under svn.
> The <divineName elements have a type when I can know for sure where the
> word came from. In the case of Jehovah, it is from yhwh, but LORD has
> more than one origin, and while nearly every last one is from yhwh, it
> is not certain without analysis. So I left these without a type.
> Does this help?
> > Thanks
> > Terry
> > On Sun, 2006-04-02 at 21:08 -0400, DM Smith wrote:
> >> I've put out the 5th beta. You can download it from the links at the
> >> bottom of the page (http://www.crosswire.org/~dmsmith/kjv2006)
> >> As always, feedback is appreciated.
> >> This beta corrects mistakes reported against the last beta. And also
> >> does the following:
> >> Divine Name:
> >> All divine names are tagged with <divineName> (most were already).
> >> If the underlying strong's number is 3050 (YH), 3068 or 3069 (YHWH), I
> >> have added the type x-yhwh.
> >> For those instances where the name is a compound with YHWH, the type is
> >> x-yhwh and the subtype is a transliteration of the hebrew of the
> >> compound part, e.g. x-tsidkenu.
> >> There were also a few cases of JESUS in all caps. This is with the type
> >> x-jesus.
> >> When the divine name is in a <transChange> or a <note> I have tagged it
> >> without a type.
> >> I also wrapped 2 instances of BRANCH in all caps with divineName as it
> >> appears that this is what the KJV was trying to communicate in making it
> >> all caps.
> >> In all of these instances I have changed the word to begin with a
> >> capital letter and be followed with lower case. The intention is that
> >> these should be rendered with small-caps.
> >> Questions: Should these be left as all caps? Can the front-ends render
> >> this?
> >> Inscriptions:
> >> I have identified all inscriptions that were in all caps in the KJV. I
> >> have wrapped these with <inscription> and changed the all caps to Title
> >> Case. The intention is that these should be rendered with small-caps,
> >> perhaps emphasized with bold.
> >> Question: Should these be left as all caps? Can the front-ends render this?
> >> Paragraphs:
> >> I have compared the paragraph marks against two other e-texts and then
> >> against a print Old Scofield. The result is:
> >> All paragraph marks starting a chapter have been deleted.
> >> All paragraph marks that did not validate were changed to <milestone
> >> type="x-extra-p"/>, to hide them but keep them for future analysis.
> >> Acrostic titles in Psalm 119:
> >> I have added the attribute xlit to each <w> element surrounding the
> >> transliteration of the Hebrew alphabet letter (e.g. ALEPH) and set the
> >> value to the Hebrew character. This is not intended for display, but for
> >> completeness.
> >> Next steps.
> >> Fix any reported problems.
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