[sword-devel] markup within ThML <div></div> not interpreted: bug or design flaw?
dmsmith555 at yahoo.com
Wed Aug 2 18:05:13 MST 2006
The problem is also in the OSIS filters. Both for the web and for
BibleCS. I notice that <divineName>Lord</divineName> is not being
rendered properly, like it is elsewhere. I think this is a bug.
I'd be glad to fix it if someone can narrow down where the problem
might be. I'm still learning my way around the C++ code.
On Aug 2, 2006, at 2:14 PM, Karl Kleinpaste wrote:
> Having built latest sword svn last evening, with gnomesword 2.1.7
> re-built against it, it appears that ThML modules' use of <div></div>
> fails to provide the interpretation of any other markup in between.
> I generate a number of modules for my personal use. I construct ThML
> in import format, then imp2vs to build the module. Examples from such
> <div class="sechead">A Night Prayer<br />For the choir director:
> with stringed instruments. <scripRef>Ps 6; Is 38:20; Hab 3:19;</
> scripRef> A Davidic psalm.</div>
> This displays as:
> A Night PrayerFor the choir director: with stringed instruments. Ps
> 6; Is 38:20; Hab 3:19; A Davidic psalm.
> Note that <br /> is not interpreted, and the contents of <scripRef>
> are included literally, without interpretation. (In gnomesword,
> simple <scripRef> citations, without passage="...", would display as
> "*x", as a clickable xref to the preview area.)
> <div class="sechead">Psalm 6<note>1</note><br />For the music
> director, to be accompanied by stringed instruments, according to
> the <i>sheminith</i>style;<note>2</note> a psalm of David.<br /></div>
> ...displays as...
> Psalm 61For the music director, to be accompanied by stringed
> instruments, according to the sheminith style;2 a psalm of David.
> You can't see it here in plain text, but "sheminith" should be
> italicized and is not; and of course the note content ("1", "2") is
> simply displayed, rather than being shown as "*n" (in gnomesword, "*n"
> provides a tooltip-style hover display of note content in the preview.
> Until I re-built gnomesword against sword svn last evening, these
> displayed in the manner one would expect: With line breaks, italics,
> footnotes, and xrefs as indicated.
> I was discussing this with DM Smith in freenode #sword, who mentioned
> that his current Bible Desktop java handles this sort of case fine.
> I will look over the code this evening, but can anyone offer an
> opinion as to whether this is a design choice (very ill-advised, in my
> opinion) or a bug?
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