[sword-devel] Calvin's Commentaries - new module
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Tue Jan 8 16:26:17 MST 2008
DArio Matos wrote:
> Are the files you posted the link in your first mail updated? I'd like to test them myself.
> Also, could you make them windows-frontend installer friendly, instead of just having them raw?
Simply unzip the module with C:/Program files/Crosswire/The Sword Project/
> Thank you in advance,
> Dario Matos
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> Date: Tue, 8 Jan 2008 18:43:13 +0000
> From: Luke Plant
> Subject: Re: [sword-devel] Calvin's Commentaries - new module
> To: SWORD Developers' Collaboration Forum
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> Hi all,
> I did some more work on this, and I reckon I'm ready for public testing.
> Changes include:
> - list of books in the .conf, as suggested by someone on the list
> - fixed the book of Psalms, Zechariah and Malachi, which had slightly
> different ThML, causing them to import incorrectly.
> - a couple of fixes to the source of John 1, which I've also sent
> upstream (CCEL) as ThML patches.
> All of the links below remains as they were, they have been updated with
> new files. For the impatient, it should just be a matter of getting
> the .osis.bz2 and the .conf, bunzipping it and running osis2mod:
> osis2mod ...something/modules/comments/zcom/calvinscommentaries
> calvinscommentaries.versified.osis 0 2 3
> Obviously, there may still be errors, but there is no way I can check
> all of it, and everything I've come across so far now seems to be in
> order, and I've been enjoying using it myself :-)
>> Hi all,
>> I've created a module that combines all of Calvin's commentaries. It
>> is an OSIS module, which I've generated from CCEL's ThML sources,
>> using XSLT and various python scripts etc. osis2mod doesn't yet
>> support OSIS commentaries very well (it requires them to be marked up
>> like Bibles), so, after some messing around, I've added a stage into
>> the scripts to 'versify' the OSIS -- hopefully that will be removed
>> at some point.
>> All my scripts etc. are in the swordtools Subversion repository. For
>> the end result, see:
>> It's working quite nicely on my machine :-)
>> To generate the module from sources, you will need to look in the
>> swordtools repository:
>> Have a look at the README. (BTW, current build scripts don't clean up
>> after themselves very well, to make debugging easier, so you will end
>> up with 300 Mb of stuff in a folder 'build').
>> You will also need the CCEL sources -- for your convenience, you can
>> download them here:
>> I haven't checked this thoroughly by any means, and I've run out of
>> time to do any more work on it for a while, but it should provide a
>> pretty solid basis. The module strips out everything that isn't
>> commentary, including Calvin's latin translation of the text and all
>> the forewords and indexes -- I think that is better, for now at
>> One thing I have noticed, and I think it is a bug with osis2mod --
>> where a line starts with whitespace, all the leading whitespace is
>> removed, which means that if the line before didn't end with
>> whitespace, two words now get joined together. For an example,
>> search for "eloquent by nature, but when" in
>> calvinscommentaries.versified.osis, and see the corresponding words
>> in Gen 3:1, where you will find "whenSatan". This occurs quite a
>> lot, it would be good to get it fixed before releasing the module to
>> the public.
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