[sword-devel] NA27 + punctuation + accent + strong + morph in
mspam at zealey.org
Sat May 27 03:42:40 MST 2006
I got the text from http://www.tyndale.cam.ac.uk/Tyndale/Fonts.htm and the
text there is distributed for non-commercial scholarly work.
LXXM looks really nice; I recently did a dissertation on PsSol so would have
been handy to have known about that then!
On Saturday 27 May 2006 9:48 am, Troy A. Griffitts wrote:
> We'd love to have a NA/UBS GNT available, but the history is that we
> had a module with diacritics available for SWORD about 10 years ago. It
> was built with the CCAT text, and the German Bible Society asked us to
> remove the module. I know some things/staff have change at the German
> Bible Society since that time and maybe they would be willing to allow
> us to distribute a module again. We should talk about contacting them
> regarding this.
> Also, basically the WHNU module is practically the same thing. This
> module is the Wescott-Hort text with NA/UBS variants included. Most of
> our software allows you to show the variants, so you have the scholarly
> Greek text you need for study.
> Have you seen our LXXM module work? It is not complete, and we've not
> yet been granted permission to distribute the text, but it works pretty
> cool. Try clicking on a word. It goes out to Perseus to do a lexical
> lookup in Lidell-Scott:
> Thank you for your work. Looking forward to serving together with you.
> Mark Zealey wrote:
> > OK The version I have made is missing strong tags for about 700 words i
> > think (I can get my program to print a list). Is there any way to upload
> > this to the crosswire website because I don't really have any hosting for
> > it available.
> > M
> > On Friday 26 May 2006 7:36 pm, Matt Reimer wrote:
> >> On 5/26/06, Mark Zealey <mspam at zealey.org> wrote:
> >>> Hi there,
> >>> I've recently produced an accented and punctuated na27 module (free for
> >>> scholarly use) and written a short perl script to import (most) of the
> >>> morph/strong data from the whnu module. Is anyone interested in this?
> >>> Where should I upload it to?
> >> Mark,
> >> I'm very much interested in such a module, and eager to test it.
> >> Matt
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