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Tue Jul 14 04:39:27 EDT 2020
Glad you found that imp2osis.pl provided a solution.
There’s a page on the Sword developers’ wiki about .conf files.
It does describe the Versification key.
Another page describes Alternative Versifications.
NB. CrossWire never uses e-Sword content as a source for our distributed modules.
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On Tue, Jul 14, 2020 at 09:20, Eric Gillespie <brickviking at gmail.com> wrote:
> That seemed to work (bblx2imp;imp2osis.pl) now creates the right verses in the right places for those that I checked. I'm just scratching my head why imp2vs didn't. Incidentally, as a side note, I didn't see anywhere in the documentation I looked at for .conf referring to versification, I merely added that on a hunch. Any other little gems like this?
> Anyhow, if y'all want the code for my conversion utilities from E-Sword to imp/txt/vpl, let me know and I'll chuck it up into my github. The only problem I haven't dealt with yet is encrypted sword modules, as I don't have any, I can't code for that scenario. I have a funny feeling that if I could duplicate roughly what imp2osis does, but in bash, I could go straight from bblx into osis, once I know how.
> Regards, BrickViking (a.k.a. DrSmokey)
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