[sword-devel] OSIS tagging paragraph which span chapter ?
dmsmith at crosswire.org
Mon Apr 20 21:31:10 MST 2009
On Apr 20, 2009, at 11:43 PM, Tonny Kohar wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 20, 2009 at 9:49 PM, DM Smith <dmsmith at crosswire.org>
>>>> On Apr 20, 2009, at 2:48 AM, Tonny Kohar wrote:
>>>>> Does anyone know how to tagging paragraph which span chapter eg:
>>>>> 7:31-Mark 8:9 ?
>>>>> Because I got an error using osis2mod when tagging such paragraph.
>>>> I am assuming that you verified that your input is valid OSIS by
>>>> through an XML validator?
>>> This is the error which is thrown by XML validator
>>> "The element type "p" must be terminated by the matching end-tag
>>> "</p>". [5,632] "
>> You'll need to fix this first. If you need help identifying the
>> post the paragraph here, obscuring any copyrighted text.
> Yes, the error is about nesting error. I will need to fix this using
> milestone element instead of container element.
> the text with OSIS tagging is available at
> It is PD so no copyright :)
>> My guess is that you are using the container and not the milestone
>> form of
>> the <chapter> element.
> Yes, this is the problem
>> The wiki only discusses what we have encountered so far. Once you
>> get it
>> working, either add what you figured out, or let us know what
>> worked for you
>> and we'll add it.
> Yes, I think the Wiki need to be updated for recommended/best practice
> for tagging OSIS text/bible.
>> The recommended way is to use:
>> And use milestoned chapters and verses.
> I try to summarize here, so if something is not correct, please
> correct it.
> Best Practice / recommendation for tagging OSIS text/bible
> - For Chapter, use milestone element instead of container element
> - For Verse, use milestone element instead of container element
> - For Paragraph, use container element
> - For Lemma/Strongs/Morph, use ??? (container element)
> - For Poems <lb>, use ??? (container element)
> - anything else ?
> note: for the wiki, if you need reference implementation for best
> practice, please fell free to use the following project idkjv (PD)
> available at
> note: the latest update idkjv-20090421.zip still contains the above
> nesting error, I still need to update it using the recommended chapter
> and verse milestone to avoid nesting error.
> note: is the wiki account is open for public (me) or only for
> crosswire staff ? because I would like to update it as above best
> practice, in case someone else encounter the same error nesting
The wiki is open to all to edit. It just requires an account. You'll
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Enjoy and thanks,
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