An unofficial Bible-reading-plan generator
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Author: Daniel Moch <daniel@danielmoch.com>
Date:   Sat, 24 Feb 2018 22:39:31 -0500

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diff --git a/README.md b/README.md @@ -0,0 +1,36 @@ +# CBR Schedule + +So my church has a Bible reading plan called Community Bible Reading. +It had been the practice up until 2018 for them to release the yearly +reading plan as a downloadable PDF file, but as of February 2018 that +hasn't happened. I wrote this utility to fill the gap. + +Currently available export formats are: + +1. JSON (machine-readable so you can do what you want with it) +2. Formatted text file + +Other export formats on the roadmap: + +1. LaTeX (for generating PDF files, or other similar formats, assuming + you have access to the LaTeX suite) +2. CSV (for importing into spreadsheets) + +# Usage + +A Makefile would be nice, I'll get one of those up soon too. In the +meantime, the process will be a bit manual. Take the following example: + +``` +./generate_readings sections/old_testament.in +./generate_readings sections/new_testament.in +./generate_readings sections/psalms.in +./generate_schedule output.txt +``` + +The final result of these commands would be a file called `output.txt` +that contains + +# License + +MIT - See the [LICENSE](/LICENSE) file for more information