[sword-devel] OSIS is ready (97% sure)
thulester at gmail.com
Sun Sep 23 20:33:37 MST 2012
If they're not showing up in Xiphos, ensure you have the option on.
Right click the window with the text in it:
Select 'Module Options"->"Headings".
Also ensure your .conf contains:
On Sun, Sep 23, 2012 at 11:16 PM, luke <luke at motimail.com> wrote:
> My language project is very close to being ready to electronically publish our scripture through sword. I have created an osis file which validates and has no untransformed USFM markers. I have ran the fixtitle script over the osis file. I have a .conf file and a locale file ready.
> I have created modules using two versions of osis2mod (using Windows versions available here: http://www.crosswire.org/ftpmirror/pub/sword/utils/win32/) and checked them in the various frontends.
> These are the two versions I used: sword-utilities-1.6.2-r2673.zip and sword-utilities-1.6.1-r2578.zip.
> These are the problems I have ran into:
> If I use the most current version (1.6.2-r2673)
> My headings do not show up at all in Xiphos. This is true whether I use the fixtitle script on the osis or not. Also in Xiphos and in Pocketsword there is a double line break between paragraphs.
> If I use the previous version (1.6.1-r2578)
> My headings now display fine in Xiphos. However, in Xiphos, Pocketsword, and AndBible the first verse number of new paragraphs is displayed on a line of its own. The text of the verse then follows on the next line.
> These visual hiccups don't look good in the eyes of our project manager who will give the final go signal on publishing. (Bible translators tend to be perfectionists, which I am thankful for). Is there something that I can do on my end with my current osis file in order to fix these issues? Should I submit the OSIS files now and see if the crosswire team's created module might fix these problems (there is a high chance that the linux version of osis2mod is working better than the windows)? It is also possible that these are all bugs that I need to register with the various frontends.
> Please advise.
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