[sword-devel] USFM Reference version 2.4 released

David Haslam dfhmch at googlemail.com
Sat Jun 29 00:41:20 MST 2013

All software designed to process USFM files should do likewise.

Take particular note of this sentence:

*All normal character marker starts (without the + prefix) close all
existing nesting.*

Typically the translators would use /explicit/ termination of such nested
character level markup,
yet our scripts and other software should be designed to cope with
/implicit/ termination.

This is similar to the /implicit/ termination of the subsidiary markers
within footnotes and cross-references,
while also understanding that /explicit/ termination is just as valid.


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