Karl, can you put this onto the bug tracker? It sounds like the kind of thing I 
can fix, but the tracker is my reminder for that.



Sent from my phone. Apologies for brevity and typos.On 12 Oct 2016 8:51 pm, 
Karl Kleinpaste <k...@kleinpaste.org> wrote:
> Got a bug report on Xiphos, that export out of ESV is losing quotations marks.
> Export as HTML does not lose them; export as plain text does.  The difference 
> is use of mod->stripText().
> ESV uses <q> around quotations.  My test verse is Matt.7.1...
>> <title subType="x-preverse" type="section">Judging Others</title><q 
>> marker="" who="Jesus"><note n="r" osisID="Matt.7.1!crossReference.r" 
>> osisRef="Matt.7.1" type="crossReference">For <reference 
>> osisRef="Matt.7.1-Matt.7.5">ver. 1-5</reference>, see <reference 
>> osisRef="Luke.6.37-Luke.6.38">Luke 6:37, 38</reference>, <reference 
>> osisRef="Luke.6.41-Luke.6.42">41, 42</reference>; [<reference 
>> osisRef="Rom.14.13">Rom. 14:13</reference>; <reference osisRef="1Cor.4.5">1 
>> Cor. 4:5</reference>; <reference osisRef="Jas.5.9">James 
>> 5:9</reference>]</note><milestone marker="“" type="cQuote"/>Judge not, that 
>> you be not judged.</q>
> As typically rendered, this is...
> “Judge not, that you be not judged. But as extracted with stripText, it's 
> just...
>> Judge not, that you be not judged.
> ...which loses the opening quotation.
> It's not clear there's a resolution to this any less complicated than "handle 
> <q> quotation marks first, then strip everything out."
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