I am deleting references to all defunct, foreign or otherwise irrelevant formats and their utilities. I also remove references to undocumented utilities. There are a few within the source tree which possibly need removing, but we are not helping this by keeping references here.
Further, we do not support GBF anymore other than in legacy modules. We also have seen for years (ie.e since I am part of the project) any suggested imports from STEP. I will generally par this page down to be specific to tools currently in use, encouraged and useful. refdoc:talk 04:11, 8 January 2018 (MST)
- New sections to a talk page should always be added at the bottom. Sections should be in chronological order. --David Haslam (talk) 04:47, 8 January 2018 (MST)
Biblical texts stored in SQlite database format
Should you come across a Biblical text stored in SQlite database format, then this open source program may prove to be useful.
The source files are hosted on github – there are builds available for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Arch Linux, Fedora, Ubuntu and Derivatives, and FreeBSD. You can export a table to CSV format, which could be a stepping stone towards making a SWORD module with other utilities.