[jsword-devel] jsword and THML
dmsmith555 at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 10 15:56:46 MST 2008
Peter von Kaehne wrote:
> Thanks for that! I will add the list somewhere in the Wiki.
I see that you added it.
The following is the official SWORD statement regarding support for ThML
elements as found on the wiki page:
Supported ThML tags include: <sync> (with type parameters of Strongs,
morph, & lemma), <scripRef>, and <note> (plus closing tags where
appropriate). HTML tags that ThML inherits, which may be used in SWORD
modules include <div> (with types of sechead for section headings and
title for titles, <i>, <br>, and <b>. Additional HTML tags may be
interpreted by those SWORD frontends that render HTML, but will not be
translated to RTF for the Win32 frontend.
What I gave were the set of all ThML tags found in all current modules
in the SWORD repository. (excepting the non-ThML tags that show up in
Right now BD has a bug with regard to ThML titles. Karl pointed it out
and I hope to fix it before the release.
> DM Smith wrote:
>> On May 22, 2008, at 4:56 PM, Peter von Kaehne wrote:
>>> I have a small genbook module which I prepared in imp format and THML.
>>> Nothing earth shattering and at the moment not distributable.
>>> It uses extensively the elements <q> and <verse> - both are acc
>>> Platinga's document on THML part of the definition - <q> via HTML and
>>> <verse> directly. But both cause BD to flake out with a "internal
>>> Running BD via the shell produces an error message, the gist of
>>> which is
>>> Which THML tags are allowed in jsword?
>> Sorry I've taken so long to reply.
>> SWORD modules do not retain the <verse> tags. JSword does not expect
>> them and rejects them as unsupported.
>> The ThML tags that JSword handles are:
>> I can add verse if it is needed.
>> In Him,
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