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Converting Bible in HTML to e-sword Module


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#1 EmethAlethia

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Posted 30 September 2011 - 08:28 AM

For the last couple of days, I have been looking for a conversion utility, and instructions, on how to convert the .html bible files I have created into an e-sword module. I see conversions from word, from text, ... do I have to convert all of my files to these first? Here is a sample of a verse in a chapter file. (Note: the bible is broken out by chapter information)

3 W01319 W08635 W20670 W30017 W06832 W20670 W18558 W22864 W32434 W22114 W28519 W06050 G0191 G1161 G2264 G3588 G0935 G2264 G5015 G2532 G3956 G2414 G3326 G0846 VAAPNSM CONJ NNSM TNSM NNSM NNSM VAPI3S CONJ ANSF NNSF PREP PGSM ακουσας δε ηρωδης ο βασιλευς ηρωδης εταραχθη και πασα ιεροσολυμα μετ αυτου äkewsäs de ārōdās ο bäsιleews ārōdās etärächthā päsä ιerοsοlewmä met owtew HAVING HEARD BUT HEROD THE KING HE WAS TROUBLED, AND ALL JERUSALEM WITH HIM. b s t a

Since this may not show properly, each row in word column looks like this:

W26949
G3004
VPAPNPM
ακουσας
legοntes

SAYING,

The information in color links to other files. the green colored one starting with "W" is for unique Greek words
Red, starting with G is a specialized Strongs file
Purple is a Morphology file

The b,s,t,and a, in blue, link to the specific Greek manuscript file

I would like to convert all of these files, currently in HTML to modules. Any help, or suggestions are appreciated.

Thanks.

#2 Josh Bond

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Posted 30 September 2011 - 08:45 AM

Can you upload a screenshot of the way the HTML file looks now? I don't think I've seen a resource that looks like this. e-Sword does not support any type of internal hyperlinking, unfortunately. And it seems that's at least part of what you would need?

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Posted 03 October 2011 - 10:22 AM

While I have a screenshot, I do not know how to load it into a reply.

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Posted 03 October 2011 - 11:07 AM

This looks like a duplicate thread. So I'm going to lock it since the discussion is in the other thread.




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