[sword-devel] Av11n and coverage

Костя и Алёна Маслюк kalemas at mail.ru
Thu Jan 5 10:31:58 MST 2012

Nice idea, we can document this and use to fix existing display problems  
with incomplete modules (on level of conf files and frontends, not  
engine). But its more like on crutches for me and really universal  
solution is module-supplied v11ns.

Peter von Kaehne <refdoc �� gmx.net> писал(а) в своём письме Thu, 05 Jan 2012  
16:47:31 +0400:

> Some of our modules need a certain versification, but do not use all the
> books available in the versification. Sometimes this is the result of
> the translation being incomplete, but sometimes this is the result of a
> theological stance:
> Many translations in the former USSR area will use the synodal
> versification, but will at the same time not integrate DC material.
> Currently on libsword frontends which support av11n a text with Synodal
> v11n, but no DC material will have empty DC books and the names will
> appear in the menus. This can be a serious detractor in areas where
> people might consider the Bible being corrupted and the same people
> unwilling to listen to lengthy explanations why DC is not meant to be
> part of the Bible.
> Alternatively, many translations, while incomplete are meant to be
> incomplete - e.g. are in a small language where people will want to have
> parts of the Bible in their own mother tongue, but will happily use the
> dominant language for more complete Bible study. A number of our Iran
> region translations are of this kind. To have all books appear in the
> menus when in reality there are and will ever only be e.g. Genesis,
> Psalms, Luke, Acts and Romans is detracting.
> The best solution for all this would be a coverage entry in the conf  
> file.
> Chris suggested that this should be an OSISRef. I concur. It is the most
> flexible way of implementing this and allows finegrained control (if one
> wishes to have this)
> Can I propose therefore that we will add to "incomplete" modules (in
> terms of the underlying versification) an entry
> Coverage=Gen,Psalm,Luke,Acts,Rom (sorry if the OSIS abbreviations are
> off, but OSIS was meant)
> For some nonDC translations this might then be simply
> Coverage=Gen-Mal,Mat-Rev
> Others nonDC translations (with v111n where DC material is interspersed)
> might require more finegrained references, including chapter and verse
> references.
> Frontends then could implement this as part of their work to make av11n
> work.
> Underlying is of course the versification of a particular module - which
> will dictate which books are there in the first place, in which order
> and which chapters/verses too.
> What does everyone think?
> Peter
> I am posting this to jsword too as I see that DM has started
> implementing av11n!! Great - thanks DM.
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