[sword-devel] Berean Bible
mjdenham at gmail.com
Tue Jun 5 02:50:24 MST 2018
I have been told by the same And Bible user that the Berean Bible OT is now
available and it does seem to be here <http://berean.bible/downloads.htm>
and here <http://biblehub.com/bsb/genesis/1.htm> although I am not sure if
everything you require is there yet.
On 27 May 2018 at 21:39, Karl Kleinpaste <karl at kleinpaste.org> wrote:
> On 05/26/2018 06:49 AM, Karl Kleinpaste wrote:
> looking forward to seeing if I can produce a module that makes the
> interlinear really work well
> I'm experimenting with this content. I'm rather liking what's being
> It's incomplete so far, lacking paragraph breaks and headings, for
> example. I have to figure out how to get those details out of the .xlsx
> tables provided so as to inject them into the resulting content as a
> post-construction automated edit. But this somewhat raw construction took
> less than an hour.
> It's kind of a joy to work with completely regularized content. Copy/paste
> selected columns from original .xlsx content, export as CSV, then script
> the auto-edited component access. Very straightforward, I generate this
> kind of thing in my sleep. I wish all providers could be so conscientious.
> Downside is that they have their own Greek lexicon as well as their own
> morphological parse content. The parse data appears original on their part;
> the Strong's-ish refs have intersection and overlap but clearly also have
> inconsistencies with regular Strong's. So I am also making lexdict modules
> to go along with it -- those were *easy* oh my goodness -- but in the
> latter case, it's going to induce me to make some updates to Xiphos so that
> Strong's and morph choices are associated per-Bible rather than being a
> general app-wide preference. At least this will also induce the removal of
> some crude special case code for NASB lex that will never have reason to
> see the light of day.
> Producing a module for their ordinary study Bible will be easier due to
> not having need to construct keyed content. What I really wanted for now
> was the real interlinear.
> I'm not intending to make this work publicly available, because (as
> expressed before) it's NT only and it will just have to be obsoleted as
> soon as they finish OT, hence the name BIBnt. But if anyone wants a look
> privately, let me know.
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