[sword-devel] osis2mod warnings
chrislit at crosswire.org
Mon Dec 1 07:12:57 MST 2008
The warning messages are just that: warning messages, not errors.
And they indicate what they say literally: that the specified VERSE is
not well-formed. OSIS doesn't require that verses be well-formed. If it
did, there would be no milestone version of the verse element. But Sword
will work best and most predictably if verses are well-formed.
When you use the milestone version of the verse element, there is a good
chance of crossing verse boundaries with container elements, which will
result in verses that are not well-formed.
The warning basically points out that some frontends may not render what
you expect to see, because they don't necessarily know how to interpret
or process content crossing verse boundaries.
DM would have to tell you what the specific numbers mean. I would guess
they indicate something about the type or quantity of unbalanced tags
present within a verse.
Adrian Korten wrote:
> Good day,
> Thanks, the icu_dll helped to make it work. Now, I have a question about
> the output.
> Warning verse Matt.1.23 is not well formed:(7,5)
> Warning verse Matt.3.3 is not well formed:(5,7)
> Warning verse Matt.4.4 is not well formed:(5,7)
> Warning verse Matt.5.2 is not well formed:(0,5)
> Do the various codes indicate different types of errors? Is a (7,5)
> different from a (5,7)? What kinds of errors am I looking for? I found
> something for the (0,5) but the other errors are harder to spot with
> beginner experience.
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