Abhidharmakosha in e-format
vasubandhu at EARTHLINK.NET
Thu Feb 4 05:38:54 UTC 2010
> That's true Dan, if you want to cut-and-paste from the webpage, but if
> you simply download the html "source" files for each chapter from the
> index page, you can get the data with having to modify your browser
yes, Paul, but if you save the html page after you've set your browser to
read that page as utf-8 encoded, it should save that setting in the file, so
that when you subsequently open the html file on your harddrive with your
browser you won't have to fuss with the encoding settings any further; it
will automatically open in properly readable format.
>It should be a simple matter to write a short macro or Perl program to
>extract just the Sanskrit, if desired.
If anyone feels adventurous, and is willing to share the results, please let
the rest of us know!
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