[sword-devel] Rahlfs' LXX in experimental/Rahlfs v11n

Andrew Thule thulester at gmail.com
Mon Aug 20 19:42:00 MST 2012

Thanks Chris.

I've heard through the grapevine that Rick Brannan at Logos Software has
been beating his head against his desk over versification while working on
a digital LXX as well.

I'm half tempted to contact him; compare notes.


On Monday, August 20, 2012, Chris Little wrote:

> I posted a new Rahlfs' LXX module to the experimental repository. I
> haven't tested it extensively, and there are some tricky parts of the text
> that may easily have been imported incorrectly. But it does at least employ
> the text's own versification system.
> The module corrects quite a few errors present in the CCAT text's
> morphology, and I've included the morphology codes in their original form
> (Packard) and converted them to Robinson's morphology. The Beta
> transliterated form of each word is also included in their xlit attributes,
> which depends on the OSISXlit filter that I haven't actually written yet.
> The current version includes the Greek lemma for each word, but I'll
> include Strong's numbers in the next release.
> Using the module requires that you use Sword SVN head, since it uses the
> new Rahlfs v11n. Well, it will work, with older versions of Sword, but the
> versification will be incorrect.
> There are empty verses and chapters in the module. I know. It's not an
> error. Don't report them unless you've actually confirmed there is an error
> by consulting a printed Rahlfs.
> --Chris
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