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[protege-discussion] Csongor Nyulas <csongor.nyulas at>: Re: Custom Tab how-to question

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Tue May 20 13:26:54 PDT 2008

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 Hi john

John Finnson wrote: 

 In the "how to write a tab widget plug-in" tutorial, it asks us to: 

* Configure the compiler to write output classes to
<protege_install_dir>/plugins (replacing protege_install_dir with your
Protégé installation directory).  

When you create a new Java project and you are at the next step after
specifying the project name OR
 if you already have a project and you open the Project properties and
select the "Source" tab when setting the "Java Build Path" (selectable on
the left panel)

you will have a choice at the bottom of the page to set the Default output
folder like shown here:

1. Press on Browse, then on Create New Folder, then on Advanced
 2. Select the check box "Link to folder in your file system" and browse for
your Protege plugins directory and create a new folder in it. Press OK.
   If you called the new plug-in directory "your_plugin_name" this is what
you should see at this point:

3. Presss OK, OK, and apply your changes to the project.

 * Pass the JVM the following parameter -Dprotege.dir=<protege_install_dir>.

The official Eclipse help describes it here:
 At step 3 you want to set the VM Arguments.
 A graphical description of this can be found on the following page:
 You have to set the VM arguments as shown in Figure 3.5.


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