[sword-devel] Converting Formats (was Re: Config file for thml module)
greg.hellings at gmail.com
Tue Nov 30 15:38:26 MST 2010
I realize you'll probably be working off of plenty of source texts,
but for those where the source text might not exist or for any other
number of reasons your conversion might go a little faster if the
filters in the engine were in top shape - provided you wanted to pass
them through that.
With only a small bit of tweaking, I am within arm's grasp of having
mod2osis work properly for modules where RenderText() outputs valid
OSIS to begin with and which are VerseKeyed. I have paused for a
number of reasons - not wanting to touch the filters, not wanting to
work with C's regex library and being asked to undertake my current
task for Wycliffe. I can easily provide you what I have if you think
it would be of use.
On Tue, Nov 30, 2010 at 4:30 PM, Chris Little <chrislit at crosswire.org> wrote:
> On 11/30/2010 6:58 AM, Greg Hellings wrote:
>> On Mon, Nov 29, 2010 at 10:36 PM, Chris Little<chrislit at crosswire.org>
>>> It's also worth noting that only the OSIS and TEI counts are likely to
>>> increase much in the future.
>> For your work, perhaps. But with the current state of OSIS vs ThML
>> that I mentioned in my email a few minutes ago, I will be producing
>> ThML for some time to come, Karl produces predominantly ThML modules,
>> and other people who are more concerned about controlling the display
>> of their material over the semantics of their markup are likely to go
>> with ThML. So I have my doubts about your assertion. We'll see.
> Yes, others will continue to create ThML, but everything that goes into the
> CrossWire repositories will probably be either OSIS or TEI. And the existing
> content will gradually be converted from ThML & GBF to OSIS. As yet, that
> conversion has occurred on the basis of needed updates, but I plan to
> convert a number of sets of modules en masse this holiday. Besides this, I
> really wouldn't say that the collective output of people producing content
> in ThML for the Xiphos repository has any chance of countering the trend of
> OSIS/TEI content produced for CrossWire (numerically speaking).
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