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[protege-discussion] Custom Tab how-to question
john.finnson at gmail.com
Wed May 21 14:09:20 PDT 2008
When i put my argument in the VM argument box, what do i put as the variable.
On Tue, May 20, 2008 at 4:09 PM, Csongor Nyulas
<csongor.nyulas at stanford.edu> wrote:
> 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
> 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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