[sword-devel] Fwd: Help me to make a module

David Haslam d.haslam at ukonline.co.uk
Fri Jun 13 13:03:51 MST 2008

Irrespective of the practicalities, the enquirer should take note of the
copyright situation.

"Although there are several accepted versions, traditionally, the most
widely accepted Catholic Bible is the "Biblia de Jerusalen". Its first
Spanish translation was published in 1967 and was revised in 1973. It is
also available in a modern Latin American version, and it comes with full
introductory texts and comments."

1967 is too recent for the Spanish Jerusalem Bible to be public domain!

-- David

Martin Gruner wrote:
> Hi Jonathan,
> since your question really is about making modules for Sword, the backend 
> software which BibleTime uses, I'm forwarding your email to the list of
> sword 
> developers and hope someone will be able to help you.
> mg
> ----------  Weitergeleitete Nachricht  ----------
> Subject: Help me to make a module
> Date: Donnerstag, 12. Juni 2008
> From: "Jonathan Montero" <jmrxto at gmail.com>
> To: bibletime-translations-owner at lists.sourceforge.net
> Hello there to everybody....
> I am new in this, i mean, bibletime. I would like to make a module, i have
> a
> version of the bible that's not in the installation list.
> it's the Jerusalen version in spanish, i have in html format, but really i
> need a like a training or something to help me to convert it
> to the right format(XML or something) and then, to the module format(bzv,
> bzz, bzs).

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