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    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Open (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
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      This is a list of verses with >=5 empty tags which aren't G3588:

      25: Mark 9:43
      18: II Timothy 4:22
      15: Luke 6:41
      14: I Corinthians 16:24
      12: Romans 16:27
      11: II Corinthians 8:13
      11: I Timothy 6:21
      11: Titus 3:15
      10: Revelation of John 15:3
      10: II Corinthians 13:14
      9: Colossians 4:18
      8: Revelation of John 17:8
      8: Philemon 1:25
      8: Luke 10:22
      7: Hebrews 13:25
      7: Philippians 4:23
      7: Romans 1:27
      7: Ephesians 6:24
      6: II Corinthians 1:6
      6: I Thessalonians 5:28
      6: II Thessalonians 3:18
      5: I Corinthians 7:5
      5: Revelation of John 16:14
      5: Acts 20:32
      5: Galatians 6:18

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        DM Smith added a comment -

        There are other problems with the tagging that deserve a complete proofreading effort.

        One such analysis would be to list for each Strong's number the words that are tagged with their frequency.

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        DM Smith added a comment - There are other problems with the tagging that deserve a complete proofreading effort. One such analysis would be to list for each Strong's number the words that are tagged with their frequency.
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        Martin Denham added a comment -

        I was going to raise a new bug but I think this issue could be related to the following problem in Titus 3:15.

        Is it correct that there are 15 Strongs numbers in a row at the start of Titus 3:15 in the KJV using both Xiphos and And Bible (the only ones I have checked). I wonder if the problem is related to the non-canonical text that also seems to have been mistakenly appended at the end of the verse.

        I have pasted the verse below:

        15 < 3588> < 3109> < 3533> < 1125> < 5500> < 1985> < 4413> < 575> < 1577> < 4314> < 2912> < 3588> < 5103> < 3588> < 3588> All that are < 3956> with < 3326> me < 1700> salute < 782> thee < 4571> . Greet < 782> them that love < 5368> us < 2248> in < 1722> the faith < 4102> . Grace < 3588> < 5485> be with < 3326> you < 5216> all < 3956> . Amen < 281> . It was written to Titus, ordained the first bishop of the church of the Cretians, from Nicopolis of Macedonia.

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        Martin Denham added a comment - I was going to raise a new bug but I think this issue could be related to the following problem in Titus 3:15. Is it correct that there are 15 Strongs numbers in a row at the start of Titus 3:15 in the KJV using both Xiphos and And Bible (the only ones I have checked). I wonder if the problem is related to the non-canonical text that also seems to have been mistakenly appended at the end of the verse. I have pasted the verse below: 15 < 3588> < 3109> < 3533> < 1125> < 5500> < 1985> < 4413> < 575> < 1577> < 4314> < 2912> < 3588> < 5103> < 3588> < 3588> All that are < 3956> with < 3326> me < 1700> salute < 782> thee < 4571> . Greet < 782> them that love < 5368> us < 2248> in < 1722> the faith < 4102> . Grace < 3588> < 5485> be with < 3326> you < 5216> all < 3956> . Amen < 281> . It was written to Titus, ordained the first bishop of the church of the Cretians, from Nicopolis of Macedonia.
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        DM Smith added a comment -

        Martin, this is the same problem.

        Note to self: The <3588> are all for the indefinite article (roughly translated "the") is frequently not translated. It should be combined in markup with the word that follows. Probably we should change the filter (xslt) so that <w> tags that are empty are not displayed. It is true that all of these are in the Greek. So in a way, their presence is correct. Also, the placement and order of these empty tags can be improved. Each has a src="" attribute that gives its position in the original text. We should place these smartly.

        I'm working on an update to the KJV (waiting on osis2mod/SWORD to work well together) in which I should do these things.

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        DM Smith added a comment - Martin, this is the same problem. Note to self: The <3588> are all for the indefinite article (roughly translated "the") is frequently not translated. It should be combined in markup with the word that follows. Probably we should change the filter (xslt) so that <w> tags that are empty are not displayed. It is true that all of these are in the Greek. So in a way, their presence is correct. Also, the placement and order of these empty tags can be improved. Each has a src="" attribute that gives its position in the original text. We should place these smartly. I'm working on an update to the KJV (waiting on osis2mod/SWORD to work well together) in which I should do these things.
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        DM Smith added a comment - - edited

        This has been fixed in the file: http://www.crosswire.org/~dmsmith/kjv2006/sword/2011/kjv-osis.zip.

        There are numerous (hundreds, maybe thousands) other Strong's errors that have been fixed as well.

        There is a problem yet to be done where there are English words in one verse whose Greek is in the adjacent verse:
        Rom.1.3-4
        Rom.1.9-10
        Rom.3.25-26
        2Cor.1.6-7
        2Cor.8.14
        2Pet.1.1-2

        In the xml file, search for NEXT and PREVIOUS.

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        DM Smith added a comment - - edited This has been fixed in the file: http://www.crosswire.org/~dmsmith/kjv2006/sword/2011/kjv-osis.zip . There are numerous (hundreds, maybe thousands) other Strong's errors that have been fixed as well. There is a problem yet to be done where there are English words in one verse whose Greek is in the adjacent verse: Rom.1.3-4 Rom.1.9-10 Rom.3.25-26 2Cor.1.6-7 2Cor.8.14 2Pet.1.1-2 In the xml file, search for NEXT and PREVIOUS.

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