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[p4-feedback] Setting up OWL API (protege 4.1) for eclipse
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Tue Apr 20 13:57:10 PDT 2010
Assuming I understood your needs correctly, you don't need Protege for
your project and you don't need to configure Eclipse to develop
Protege. What you need is the "OWL API" at
http://owlapi.sourceforge.net/ . You would download the OWL API jar
file and add it to an Eclipse (or any other Java IDE) Java project and
then try the examples from the documentation. Once you are familiar with
the OWL API, you can then start building your custom OWL-based
application. Having said this, it might be useful to look at how Protege
4 uses the OWL API behind the scenes because there might be some Protege
specific classes/APIs that could help you with your project. See
http://protegewiki.stanford.edu/wiki/Protege4DevDocs for Protege 4
documentation but this documentation is focused on Protege 4 development
instead of ontology and OWL programming.
babar shahzad wrote:
> I want to configure eclipse to write my stand alone ontology application for protege 4.1. The programmers guide at http://protege.stanford.edu/plugins/owl/api/guide.html#Overview instruct about how to configure eclipse using p3. Where could I find instructions for 4.1 OR how could I do. Kindly do realize that I don't want to develop plugin for protege but I want to configure eclipse for making my ontology application, say running 'OWLAPIDemoApplication' OR 'Travel Ontology'.
> thanks in advance ...
> Babar Shahzad Chaudary,
> Deptt of Information Processing
> University of Oulu, Finland.
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