[sword-devel] Slovak Bible

Zdenko Podobný zdposter at gmail.com
Sat Jan 11 11:03:07 MST 2014

Hi Matěj,

I have sources. I created that module[1] (permission was obtain by somebody
else but I have his contact) and we offered it to Crosswire.org module
repository, but some some reasons (I do not remember why ;-)) it was not
I plan to test alternative versification, but never have enough time. If
you are willing to help me contact me directly.

[1] http://www.sk-spell.sk.cx/biblia-sk/


On 11 January 2014 18:49, Matej Cepl <mcepl at redhat.com> wrote:

> While looking for something else I found out to my surprise that we have
> no Slovak Bibles available. I have found on http://www.crosswire.org/wiki/
> Module_Requests#Latin_script_languages this paragraph:
>     Slovak translations. A member of the Go Bible Forum has     recently
> posted that he has permissions for the Slovak     Catholic translation from
> Spolok svätého Vojtecha (SSV_),     Trnava, Slovakia. See_ . Login first
> for the direct link to     work. This translation includes deuterocanonical
> books.      Await first SWORD release that will support Alternate
> Versification.
>     .. _SSV:
>        http://www.ssv.sk/
>     .. _See:
>        http://jolon.org/vanillaforum/comments.php?DiscussionID=798
> I have found (I guess) this text on http://www.kristus.bibletop.
> sk/sword.zip and in its file mods.d/svkps.conf I have found similarly
> sounding paragraph in Slovak (I am Czech, and every Czech has pretty good
> working knowledge of Slovak and vice versa ... languages are very close).
> As far as I know Alternate Versification is now available for some time
> already (including very useful support in And Bible).
> What stops us from having good Slovak text? Does anybody have source code
> for the Slovak modul?
> Blessings,
> Matěj
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