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Bible translators need a text editor that can input Bible text. Bible text is unique in that it is organized in two distinct hierarchies. One, it has sections and paragraphs, like any other text. Second, it is made up of books that contain chapters that contain verses. Many contemporary Bible translators use the USFM data format for their Bible translations, but the most widespread USFM text editors require Windows. Bibledit-gtk is a multi-platform USFM Bible editor or Scripture processor.
It has been designed for the glory of God and the salvation of people.
BIBLEDIT-GIT(1) BIBLEDIT-GIT(1) NAME bibledit-git - internal command for bibledit, a Bible editor DESCRIPTION Bibledit is a Bible editor. It is started by typing "bibledit-gtk" on the commandline. Binary "bibledit-git" is used by Bibledit internally. For more information see the online help of the graphical more»
BIBLEDIT-GTK(1) BIBLEDIT-GTK(1) NAME bibledit-gtk - a Bible editor DESCRIPTION Bibledit-Gtk is a Bible editor. It is started by typing "bibledit-gtk" on the commandline. For more information see the online help of the graphical user interface. LICENSE This program is distributed under the GNU General Public more»
BIBLEDIT-RDWRT(1) BIBLEDIT-RDWRT(1) NAME bibledit-rdwrt - Read or writes data to or from a Bibledit- Gtk Bible or project DESCRIPTION Bibledit-rdwrt can read from or write to Bible data. Syntax: bibledit-rdwrt -r|-w project book chapter|0 fileName Breaking the syntax down we have: First parameter: -r|-w This can be more»
BIBLEDIT-SHUTDOWN(1) BIBLEDIT-SHUTDOWN(1) NAME bibledit-shutdow more»
bibledit-gtk (4.6-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream version 4.6, closes: #665510 * debian more»
See doc/changelog.html or the online help.
This package was debianized by Daniel Glassey <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Thu, 30 Mar 2006 09:05:41 +0100. more»