[sword-devel] first non-KJV v11n

Manfred Bergmann bergmannmd at web.de
Wed Mar 18 08:48:35 MST 2009

Am 18.03.2009 um 12:15 schrieb DM Smith:

> On Mar 18, 2009, at 5:42 AM, Chris Little wrote:
>> I've committed the first non-KJV versification system to SVN HEAD,  
>> as well as an expanded builtin_abbrevs[] array with all of the  
>> books we are likely to support in 1.5.12 (or quite probably more  
>> books than that).
>> The v11n system I've committed is "Leningrad"--the v11n of the  
>> Leningrad Codex. *There is no guarantee that we will ship this v11n  
>> system in the next release. It should be considered a test v11n.*
>> The reasons for selecting Leningrad first are that it is well  
>> defined, different from KJV (verses & chapters are different, book  
>> order is different, & NT is absent entirely), and there is only one  
>> text (plus its derivatives) that uses this v11n, so people are  
>> unlikely to go too wild with it. I've tested it only to the extent  
>> that I've compiled Sword with it included.
>> There are no books in this system, ATM, but I'll work on posting a  
>> demo WLC in its native v11n tomorrow after I get home from work (in  
>> about 10 hours).
> Chris,
> I'm excited about this!
> I'm working on osis2mod at the moment to add -v flag to it. There is  
> a bug I mentioned in another thread, but it seems to work  as long  
> as all the verses are in the versification. You can grab it on the  
> CrossWire server at ~dmsmith/swordsrc/sword/utilities/osis2mod.cpp.  
> I think the other route is to use imp2vs, but it doesn't handle out  
> of v11n verses at all.
> When were were beta testing the German modules, many of them had the  
> same KJV versification problems. I'd like to see a versification for  
> that, if you don't already have one in the wings. If so, which is  
> it? The input files are fairly easy to create, in so far as they are  
> used by v11nsys.pl (i.e. the mapping part is not currently used).  
> Peter or Manfred probably could pretty easily create one if it does  
> not already exist.

Create a mapping file?
Yeah, how?

I've got another question in that regard.
Do none canonical books have or get a standardized OSIS book name?
Or are the apocryphical books not going to be part of a Bible module?


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