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[protege-discussion] About the definition of :STANDARD-CLASS in protege

Yin Dengfeng ydf at
Mon Sep 3 01:17:20 PDT 2007

Samson Tu <swt <at>> writes:

> Once upon a time, a long time ago, we tried to make Protege pont/pins 
> file loadable in CLIPS, but we no longer support that.
> Is there a reason you can't use JESS, which has better integration with 
> Protege?
> Someone developed a CLIPTab at one time 
> (, but 
> I don't know whether it is compatible with the current Protege release.
> Samson

So I have another question.

Since the pont/pins file is not loadable to CLIPS, why are they designed to be 
resemble to CLIPS file?

Is it because that many years before the pont/pins file were coincident with 
CLIPS, while protege migrated to a different mode, the pont/pins file is still 
kept for compatibility?

Thanks a lot.

Yin Dengfeng

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