[sword-devel] <spoj> element [Was: Re: Partial Strong's and Robinson's <w>]
dmsmith at crosswire.org
Fri Mar 28 17:57:09 MST 2014
On Mar 28, 2014, at 8:39 PM, Matěj Cepl <mcepl at redhat.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 2014-03-28 at 14:20 -0400, DM Smith wrote:
>> I'm not sure what you are asking. But I'll guess it is one of the following.
> Apparently, I have again missed how my question leads to much more
> complicated world. What I meant is for example Matt.3.17, where in the
> end is the Greek world eudokhsa (Strong’s No. 2106), which is translated
> to Czech as “jsem nalezl zalíbení” (literally “be(AUX 1SG) find(PAST)
>> Many times when translating from one language to another there isn't a
>> word for word mapping. In the KJV module we have all kinds of mappings.
>> In the following let aaa, bbb be words in Greek. Let xxx, yyy be words
>> in Czech (or any other language).
>> Sometimes one word translates to several.
>> <w lemma="aaa">xxx yyy</w>
>> <w src="18" lemma="strong:G3177 lemma.TR:μεθερμηνευομενον"
>> morph="robinson:V-PPP-NSN">being interpreted</w>
> Is it correct to use <w> element, even when I don’t have the values of
> any of these attributes? I.e.,
> <w>jsem nalezl zalíbení</w>
Yes that would be fine.
> Would any Sword front-end made some presentation for it?
They would display the text in the same fashion as not being in <w>...</w>.
You can add type="x-spoj" if you like to retain information from the input.
Is there some particular way you think it should display?
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