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vul -- Latin Vulgate Bible on the Command Line

A command line tool for search and reading the Clementine Vulgate.

Format and original implementation from bontibon/kjv. Meant to be a companion program.

Usage

usage: ./vul [flags] [reference...]

  -l      list books
  -W      no line wrap
  -h      show help

  Reference types:
      <Book>
          Individual book
      <Book>:<Chapter>
          Individual chapter of a book
      <Book>:<Chapter>:<Verse>[,<Verse>]...
          Individual verse(s) of a specific chapter of a book
      <Book>:<Chapter>-<Chapter>
          Range of chapters in a book
      <Book>:<Chapter>:<Verse>-<Verse>
          Range of verses in a book chapter
      <Book>:<Chapter>:<Verse>-<Chapter>:<Verse>
          Range of chapters and verses in a book

      /<Search>
          All verses that match a pattern
      <Book>/<Search>
          All verses in a book that match a pattern
      <Book>:<Chapter>/<Search>
          All verses in a chapter of a book that match a pattern

Notes and Contents

  • I/II Samuel and I/II Kings are named with their English titles despite the fact that in Latin they are respectively I-IV Kings. This is simply because the interface is in English and is supposed to be consistent with kjv.

Install

Install vul by running:

git clone https://github.com/lukesmithxyz/vul.git
cd vul
sudo make install

License

The script is in the public domain.

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