Simple Bible passage parser. Converts text based passages into a usable object.
For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing to the division of soul and of spirit, of joints and of marrow, and discerning the thoughts and intentions of the heart.
Hebrews 4:12 (ESV)
Use npm to install as a dependency:
npm install --save sword
The API is simple:
var sword = ;var results = ;// Use results for something good..// Another use includes getting the name of the book:var id = results0startbook;var book = ;// book => '1 John'var bookInRussian = ;// bookInRussian => '1-e Иоанна'var availableLanguages = swordlanguages;// availableLanguages => [['English', 'en'], ['Russian', 'ru'], ..]
Results are in the following form:
start:book: 62 chapter: 1 verse: 2end:verse: 5
Every item in the array is a distinct passage, i.e. comma seperated passages. From there every passage is represented by an object, which stays simple by only returning none redundent data.
To add a new language, you must first create a chapters map, located in
This contains the keys/names of the books, and aliases that work for each book. See
Once you've created a map, you must add a reference to
./languages.json, specifying the language, and
the name of the map.
To run the tests run the following after cloning the repo:
npm installnpm test