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[protege-discussion] protege on a mac
swt at stanford.edu
Fri Sep 29 09:36:58 PDT 2006
Rich Morin wrote:
> At 6:58 AM -0700 9/29/06, Victor Manuel wrote:
>> I am trying to run two instances of protege ...
> * Find a command version of Protege
> If Protege has a version that can be started from
> the command line (and, say, runs under X11), you
> might be able to start up multiple instances of
> that. However, you would need to build (and maybe
> port) the program first.
Run the run_protege.applescript in the Protege installation directory as
many times as you want to. It gives you a trace window similar to the
one in Windows too.
> One possible difficulty with both of these approaches is
> that an instance of Protege may have resources that it
> assumes are reserved for its use. This might be a file,
> a database, etc. If two instances try to use such a
> resource at the same time, things will get confused.
> You'll have to find out from the Protege folks, however,
> whether this is actually a problem.
Not a problem.
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