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[java-nlp-user] SemanticGraphCoreAnnotations package missing from corenlp or just my noob error?
horatio at gmail.com
Fri Apr 22 09:42:10 PDT 2011
Eclipse must not be looking very hard, because if I look in the src
jar, I can find SemanticGraphCoreAnnotations.java, and if I look in
the class jar, I can find
CollapsedCCProcessedDependenciesAnnotation.class. However, in
deference to our brothers and sisters stuck using such shoddy
software, I put a new version on our site:
Please let me know if that fixes the problem.
On Fri, Apr 22, 2011 at 6:08 AM, Stefan Dumitrescu
<dumitrescu.stefan at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have been using both the NER and the parser individually for some time
> until now. However, they do not go togheter (ner fails complaining it cannot
> load model), and i need them for this instance to work toghether. I have
> searched the archives and this is because of an incompatible versionID,
> solution is to use CoreNLP directly. Said and done, i have created a new
> project, and copy-pasted the example from the corenlp page.
> Everything is ok, until i reach this line :
> SemanticGraph dependencies =
> Here, Eclipse complains : CollapsedCCProcessedDependenciesAnnotation cannot
> be resolved to a type
> The autocorrect (or directly ctrl+o autoimport) imports:
> but then compiler again complains, this time about the new import: The
> import edu.stanford.nlp.trees.semgraph.SemanticGraphCoreAnnotations cannot
> be resolved
> It is like the class does not exist in the jar, even though everything else
> works correctly (if not using the semgraph for dependencies). If i look at
> the available packages in :
> import edu.stanford.nlp.trees.semgraph. -> there is no
> SemanticGraphCoreAnnotations package available to select, even though in the
> online javadoc it is supposed to be there.
> Any ideeas? I have added all the jars in stanford-corenlp-2011-04-20,
> extracted from stanford-corenlp-v1.0.3.tgz
> What could i be missing?
> Thank you for your support on this rather silly but nevertheless major
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