[sword-devel] osis2mod "verse not well formed" messages
dmsmith555 at yahoo.com
Thu Jul 24 07:15:55 MST 2008
I figured as much. If you can give me a chapter with the problem, I can
diagnose that and perhaps give you some confidence in the generated
module (or not:).
Daniel Owens wrote:
> To tell the truth, I just pulled the Romans 3 example out of a hat.
> There are many more than that. I was able to find some of them
> (especially <verse eID="..."/> elements that skip over </div> elements
> or something like that), but the sheer number of warnings makes me
> hesitate about asking you to work through it. Perhaps I will try to
> wade through more of the warnings to see if I can pare the list down a
> bit more before I send it to you.
> DM Smith wrote:
>> Daniel Owens wrote:
>>> I am working on a module, and I keep getting the "verse not well
>>> formed" message, and after awhile of staring at what I know to be
>>> valid OSIS I begin to wonder if osis2mod likes to cry wolf. ;)
>>> Seriously, though, is there a way to know what osis2mod is tripping
>>> over? Do the numbers at the end have any meaning? For example,
>>> Warning verse Rom.3.18 is not well formed:(8,6)
>>> Does the information after the colon have any significance that can
>>> help me work out what in the world osis2mod is complaining about?
>>> I am using sword 1.5.11, by the way.
>> I presume that you file is well-formed XML and valid OSIS. That is not
>> what this warning is about.
>> When ever it complains that a particular verse, in isolation, is not
>> well formed, it is saying that the verse has a begin tag without a
>> matching end tag or an end tag without a corresponding being tag.
>> This warning serves to indicate that the verse will have problems
>> displaying in some front-ends.
>> If you can provide me, privately if needed, with the text to Rom 3,
>> I'll be able to pinpoint it.
>> We have identified a bunch of changes to osis2mod and I think one of
>> them will make this warning go away.
>> In Him,
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