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Module UMGreek contains 326 non Unicode characters

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      Example: (diatheke output)

      Joshua 5:6: Διοτι τεσσαρακοντα ετη περιηρχοντο οι υιοι Ισραηλ εν τη ερημω, εωσου ετελευτησαν πας ο λαος, οι ανδρες του πολεμου, οι εξελθοντες εξ Αιγυπτου, επειδη δεν υπηκουσαν εις την φωνην του Κυριου προς τους οποιους ο Κυριος ωμοσεν, οτι δεν θελει αφησει αυτους να ιδωσι την γην, την οποιαν ωμοσεν ο Κυριος προς τους πατερας αυτων οτι θελει δωσει εις ημας, γην ퟻ�ࠏƏĎҎݠγαλα και μελι.

      These encoding errors may have occurred during one of these changes:

      History_1.6=converted to UTF-8 and compressed
      History_1.5=Changed to Symbol font encoding

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      4. UMGreek.diatheke.character.frequency.txt
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        David Haslam added a comment -

        The Modern Greek Go Bible edition has been rebuilt with the required corrections.

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        David Haslam added a comment - The Modern Greek Go Bible edition has been rebuilt with the required corrections.
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        David Haslam added a comment -

        The Unbound Bible edition of the Modern Greek translation did NOT suffer the extra 16 verses error.

        It has two particular oddities though.

        (a) The use of [] to tag the start of new paragraphs
        (b) The use of << ... >> to wrap the canonical Psalm titles and the 22 stanza titles in Ps.119.

        The latter conflicts with XML markup, so the "well-established" tool needs to be capable to deal with these.

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        David Haslam added a comment - The Unbound Bible edition of the Modern Greek translation did NOT suffer the extra 16 verses error. It has two particular oddities though. (a) The use of [] to tag the start of new paragraphs (b) The use of << ... >> to wrap the canonical Psalm titles and the 22 stanza titles in Ps.119. The latter conflicts with XML markup, so the "well-established" tool needs to be capable to deal with these.
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        Chris Little added a comment -

        Are you sure about [] being used to identify paragraphs? I had guessed that was their meaning myself, but I wasn't confident.

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        Chris Little added a comment - Are you sure about [] being used to identify paragraphs? I had guessed that was their meaning myself, but I wasn't confident.
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        David Haslam added a comment - - edited

        The total number of [] is 4258.
        Without access to a printed edition or facsimile one cannot be 100% certain.
        My next door neighbour is Greek. I could ask to see it if he owns a copy.

        Even so, if we make the assumption that these are paragraph marks (or even a substitute for pilcrows),
        should it turn out otherwise, little damage would have been done, and it would be a simple task to make
        an updated module later.

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        David Haslam added a comment - - edited The total number of [] is 4258. Without access to a printed edition or facsimile one cannot be 100% certain. My next door neighbour is Greek. I could ask to see it if he owns a copy. Even so, if we make the assumption that these are paragraph marks (or even a substitute for pilcrows), should it turn out otherwise, little damage would have been done, and it would be a simple task to make an updated module later.
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        Peter von Kaehne added a comment -

        Module is replaced and obsoleted by GreVamvas

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        Peter von Kaehne added a comment - Module is replaced and obsoleted by GreVamvas

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            Peter von Kaehne
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            David Haslam
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