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This package contains data and documentation files for bibledit. These files include many pages from the Bibledit wiki and a database of key terms.
Bibledit has been designed for the glory of God and the salvation of people.
USFM documentation Source: http://ubs-icap.org/usfm http://confluence.ubs-icap.org/display/USFM/Home The file usfmReference[version].chm.zip was downloaded from the above URL, unzipped and saved as usfmReference.chm. On 4 August 2009 Jeff Klassen of the Canadian Bible Society gave permission to distribute this file: "Please feel free to distribute the current version of the CHM help file. We more»
To start Bibledit, click the Bibledit icon. A terminal window will open, with some information depending on your configuration. This information can be disregarded, even if it speaks about passwords. In that terminal window, type bibledit and then press Enter. Bibledit will start.
The bibledit program is used editing work done during revising or translating a Bible. To install the bibledit program, read file INSTALL. General programming notes: At first gtkmm-2.0 was used because of its ease of use. But later gtk+2.x (and higher) was used, for these reasons: - A bug in gtkmm caused the default button in a dialog not to be activated when Enter was pressed. Gtk+ did more»
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"> <html> <head> <script type="text/ more»
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" more»
bibledit (4.0-1) unstable; urgency=low [ Jonathan Marsden ] * New upstream version 4.0 * debi more»
See doc/changelog.html or the online help.
Authors of Bibledit The following contributions warranted legal paper exchanges with Teus Benschop more»