[sword-devel] Why is OSIS preferred? Was Re: usfm2osis.pl

David Haslam d.haslam at ukonline.co.uk
Tue Jul 1 10:39:56 MST 2008

Hi Karl,

Are we allowed to know who the main contact is at WBT/SIL for permitting
these to be used by Crosswire?

I just tried two of these modules in SWORD 1.5.11 out of curiosity.
* jvn_BL_1999
* miz_BL_2003
What languages are these, anyone know?

There are needed some improvements in punctuation - 
eg. sometimes there's no space after a full-stop in the jvn module.

Best regards,
David Haslam

Karl Kleinpaste-2 wrote:
> The reason for the new increase in beta OSIS modules is due to the
> arrival of 41 new WBT texts 2 days ago -- almost half the beta repo in
> one shot.
> Significantly, a couple of really important modules (LXX, for one) are
> still distributed as GBF.
> (Aside: All these new WBT texts appear in GS as "unknown" language.  Is
> there a mapping somewhere handy, from "ngu", "tzz", et al to something
> readable by mere mortals?  I'm happy to update GS to accommodate more
> language definitions but I need a source for them.)

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