[sword-devel] Tables across verse boundaries

David Haslam dfhmch at googlemail.com
Mon Mar 17 14:07:47 MST 2014

Did you start with USFM ?

i.e. Using table markers \tr, \th#, \thr#, \tc#, \tcr#

The first example in the USFM User Reference is

Text - Numbers 7.12-83 (GNT)

\v 12-83 They presented their offerings in the following order:
\tr \th1 Day \th2 Tribe \th3 Leader
\tr \tcr1 1st \tc2 Judah \tc3 Nahshon son of Amminadab
\tr \tcr1 2nd \tc2 Issachar \tc3 Nethanel son of Zuar
\tr \tcr1 3rd \tc2 Zebulun \tc3 Eliab son of Helon
\tr \tcr1 4th \tc2 Reuben \tc3 Elizur son of Shedeur
\tr \tcr1 5th \tc2 Simeon \tc3 Shelumiel son of Zurishaddai
As you see, this example has a verse range preceding the table header.

I guess you must be facing something slightly different,
e.g. with verse tags within the table?

What's the outcome of usfm2osis.py ?

Note that work to process sub-verses is not yet done.

See the first part of this remark within the script  (line 44):
# 0.7 expand sub-verses with ! in osisIDs; unittest; make fully OO; PyDev

Best regards,


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