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Posted by: Johann
« on: December 12, 2019, 02:51:55 PM »

AN 01 - AN 03 looks like as fine so far and now readable and referable, incl. links to corresponding CS-Tipitaka file. Single Sutta ref. maybe good also to add (althought not released for now). Huge work.

If someone likes to go on like-a-like with care, one may feel given to go after such sacrifices.

Maybe (Okasa  _/\_ ) Bhante Ariyadhammika has fellows who would like to give into such deeds, dedicated for the Sangha.
Posted by: Johann
« on: November 25, 2019, 07:56:47 PM »

Sri Lanka Tripitaka Project: Pali Tipitaka Source Texts

"Not giving up" to give inspiration, and since the work wouldn't be lesser, the field, my person had started to render the gift of Dhamma more read and accessible.

After some general edits in regard of anchors, now more in detail starting with

AN 1-3 in AN I_utf8:



Code: [Select]
\n([0-9]+?)[ ]*\.[ ]*([0-9]+?)[ ]*[\. ]*([0-9\-]+?)[ \.]*\\\\\n
Code: [Select]
\n<span para #para_$1.$2.$3>[$1.$2.$3]</span> 

...and similar...

Since not that homogeneous, one by one work is the secure one here.

When ever someone feel that giving here into would be good, such possibility is always given.