Troy A. Griffitts
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Sun Jan 8 23:24:16 MST 2006
Ah, gotcha. So the xlit is an xlit of the lemma, not the actual word in
the text? And the xlit differs because the lexical form of the word
differs between lexicons? or the lexicons use different beta encoding
schemes sometimes? In either case, they seem to be lemma
representations for lookups into a lexicon. Do you think it might make
sense to encode it like:
<w lemma="Strong:976 ANLEX:BI/BLOS" morph="Robinson:N-NSF"
The useful and practical information is the key to the lexicons, so if
Strong:976 can get us to the entry in the Strong's Dictionary, I'm not
sure we need the Strong:BI/BLOS xlit of the lemma.
The last question is whether the xlit entry should be of the word as it
appears in the text, or of the lemma. I chose the word for mine. What
do you think?
Chris Little wrote:
> The purpose of the "Strong:" part is to encode the Beta coded
> transliteration of the word as it appears in Strong's Dictionary. (And
> "ANLEX:" is the version appearing in the Analytical Greek Lexicon or
> something like that.)
> Should I do "betacode:" for the xlit values? Is that going to work in
> swordweb to have two different xlit values with the same workID? And
> does that make the two values less useful since it is no longer clear
> what their distinction is? Or should we simply drop one of the two
> transliterations as redundant?
> Troy A. Griffitts wrote:
>> Hey Chris,
>> I trust your OSIS encoding on the module. Your proposed encoding
>> looks good, except I don't understand the "Strong:" part of:
>> xlit="ANLEX:BI/BLOS Strong:BI/BLOS"
>> Here is a dump from examples/cmdline/lookup of my LXXM entry for
>> [scribe at www webmods]$ ~/src/sword/examples/cmdline/lookup LXXM
>> <title type="section" subtype="x-preverse"><w lemma="ÏˆÎ±Î»Î¼ÏŒÏ‚"
>> morph="packard:N2 NSM" xlit="betacode:YALMO\S">ÏˆÎ±Î»Î¼á½¸Ï‚</w>
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