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[protege-discussion] Calculations in Protégé-PAL_Constraint
swt at stanford.edu
Mon Mar 19 09:48:55 PDT 2007
Instead of using javac directly, it's probably best for you to use an
integrated development environment, such as Eclipse or NetBaens. You
need to have all of Protege and PAL jar files in your classpath.
Robert Dave wrote:
> I understood how to build a jar file and to read it as a ZIP file.
> In the source webpage of PAL's SingleArityFunction, i can find java file of
> different functions. In the pal.jar, the same files are class files. I tried to
> compile one java file from the source to get it into a class file. The
> compilation with javac command doesn't work and many errors occurs, althought I
> try to compile a source file.
> Thanks for your help.
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