[sword-devel] OSMHB module
chris at burrell.me.uk
Sat Jul 13 10:49:56 MST 2013
The Slash I'm referring to is between two tags. (I am familiar with XML!):
Not sure if colours come through. See Highlight in red if they do. This
word has an opening w and a closing w. But it also has a slash within the
tag: two consonants before, two consonants afterwards.
When I'm running my XSLT, the SLASH get's output (obviously, because it's
part of the underlying XML).
On 13 July 2013 18:44, Kahunapule Michael Johnson <kahunapule at mpj.cx> wrote:
> Hello, Chris.
> I think what you are seeing is just the normal slash that is part of XML
> end tag syntax. The tag without the beginning slash begins the markup. The
> tag with the beginning slash ends the markup. The markup applies to what is
> between the beginning and ending tags. Therefore, you could unambiguously
> tag a phrase that comes from one Hebrew or Greek word (i. e. when
> translated to another language) with the same Strong's number.
> On 07/13/2013 06:10 AM, Chris Burrell wrote:
> I'm looking at the Hebrew text, and I'm seeing some forward slashes. Can
> someone help me understand if this is a module issue or the slash means
> Below is 2 Chronicles 25:14. The second last 'w' has a forward slash in
> <div><title type="x-gen">2 Chronicles 25:14</title><verse
> osisID="2Chr.25.14"><w lemma="strong:H1961">וַיְהִ֗י</w> <w
> lemma="strong:H0310">אַחֲרֵ֨י</w> <w lemma="strong:H0935">ב֤וֹא</w> <w
> lemma="strong:H0558">אֲמַצְיָ֙הוּ֙</w> <w
> lemma="strong:H5221">מֵֽהַכּ֣וֹת</w> <w lemma="strong:H0853">אֶת</w><seg
> type="x-maqqef">־</seg><w lemma="strong:H0130">אֲדוֹמִ֔ים</w> <w
> lemma="strong:H0935">וַיָּבֵ֗א</w> <w lemma="strong:H0853">אֶת</w><seg
> type="x-maqqef">־</seg><w lemma="strong:H0430">אֱלֹהֵי֙</w> <w
> lemma="strong:H1121">בְּנֵ֣י</w> <w lemma="strong:H8165">שֵׂעִ֔יר</w> <w
> lemma="strong:H5975">וַיַּֽעֲמִידֵ֥ם</w> <w>ל֖וֹ</w> <w
> lemma="strong:H0430">לֵאלֹהִ֑ים</w> <w
> lemma="strong:H6440">וְלִפְנֵיהֶ֥ם</w> <w
> lemma="strong:H7812">יִֽשְׁתַּחֲוֶ֖ה</w> *<w>וְלָ/הֶ֥ם</w>* <w
> This also occurs in other places ( for example, 1Chr.11.24; 12.19;).
> Interestingly, the times I'm seeing a /, are also the times when no strong
> numbers have been coded against it.
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