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BibleStudy2009 Presentation for BibleTech:2010 by Frank Bögelsack
Table of Content © 2010 Frank Bögelsack, All Rights Reserved2 Introduction History and original idea Concept Live demonstration GUI explanation Tools available in BS2009 Verse Translation Software architecture description Software changes and accomplished tasks since BibleTech:2009 Future perspective of BibleStudy2009
History and the Origin of BibleStudy2009 © 2010 Frank Bögelsack, All Rights reserved 3 2004 and 2005 desire for deeper bible study Use of standard bible software (e.g. e-sword) Translation of single verses from Greek to German felt the need to translate also whole verses Created a table on a sheet of paper (and later in EXCEL)
History and the Origin of BibleStudy2009 © 2010 Frank Bögelsack, All Rights reserved 4 BibleStudy2006 has been released beginning of 2007 In fall 2009 BibleStudy2009 has been published (www.bs2009.net)
Scoop of BibleStudy2009 Basic Concept of BibleStudy2009 © 2010 Frank Bögelsack, All Rights reserved5 Translation Grid Internal Tools External Tools Personal Translation of the Passage Greek or Hebrew Text of the Bible
Live Demonstration © 2010 Frank Bögelsack, All Rights reserved 6 The following points will be presented: Bible navigation Verse translation of Romans 1:1 Export of translation results
Live Demonstration © 2010 Frank Bögelsack, All Rights reserved 7 Configuration of the Virtual Machine: Windows XP Prof. SP3 512MB RAM .NET Framework 2.0 SP2 BibleStudy2009 Release 1.0.1028.2010.NLC e-Sword 7.8.5 (to demonstrate export functionality) Adobe Acrobat Reader 9.3 (for viewing PDF-files in BibleStudy2009)
Software Architecture E-Sword 8.x / Zefania XML BibleStudy2009-Scripture (B9S) © 2010 Frank Bögelsack, All Rights reserved8 E-Sword: MS Access DB One row per verse Scripture text in RTF Zefania XML: Text files (XML format) Strong Number and morphological information are attributed to words Combines the benefits of both file formats Based on SQLite One row per verse Scripture text in Zefania format
Software Changes and accomplished Tasks since BibleTech:2009 © 2010 Frank Bögelsack, All Rights Reserved 9 GUI: Icons introduced Zefania XML Support Native BibleStudy2009 scripture format Introduction of a Topic Navigator Internal German Strong dictionary Reworked Homepage (www.bs2009.net)www.bs2009.net Test program performed Simplified Translation Grid creation process Extended Bible Display
Future Perspective of BibleStudy2009 © 2010 Frank Bögelsack, All Rights reserved 10 Further revision of internal German Strong dictionary Improvement of Grammar Analyzer content Improvement of Bible Display Improvement of software stability Revision of B9S moduls
Closing © 2010 Frank Bögelsack, All Rights reserved11
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