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Mon Jan 28 05:29:15 MST 2008
So basically 2 big ones LXX and KJV and any number of variations on
either. And KJV comes with/without apogryphae
I do remember seeing in my Lutherbible a long list of versification
deviations to older prints.
> Barry Drake wrote:
>> Hi Peter ...........
>> peter wrote:
>>> So could I - once that number mystery is understood - create a different
>>> canon.h file for e.g RC versification and recompile Sword ?
>> I'm sure you could - but you'd break it as far as all existing modules
>> are concerned!
> I appreciate that. Obviously.
> But if the code as such works without further reference to whichever
> versification scheme is used, but simply assumes the correct one is in
> place, then I think this file being at the root of the implementation
> should be made flexible rather than a whole new way of encoding Bibles +
> new GUI. Old modules would use teh KJV and newly added ones would be
> able to bring their own scheme along.
> There was a thread on that matter about 3-4 months agao and IIRC Troy +
> Dm seemed to think loosing it up by loading the versification would be
> the right way forward.
> BTW how many variants are there?
> There is obviously teh RC and Greek Orthodox way of including the
> apogrypohae into their canon with a whole range of resulting chnages.
> But any other important schemes?
>> God bless,
>> -- From Barry Drake (The Revd) minister of the Netherfield United
>> Reformed church, Nottingham see http://www.jesusinnetherfield.org.uk for
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