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[protege-discussion] Date stamp

Julian Vincent j.f.v.vincent at bath.ac.uk
Thu Dec 23 08:55:42 PST 2010


That all sounds very good, but unfortunately I am not a programmer.   I stopped with BASIC many years ago . . .   Unless the idea grabs someone else, I'll make do with my own memory!
Thanks for the advice, though
Julian


On 14 Dec 2010, at 17:27, Timothy Redmond wrote:

> 
> This is very possible if you are willing to make a plugin.  Such a plugin could probably be put together extremely quickly by a user who is familiar with building Protege plugins.  There is one sticky point - being alerted when the Protege ui is created - but I think I have a technique for doing that somewhere.  If you decide to build a plugin I will find out how that is done.
> 
> -Timothy
> 
> 
> On 12/14/2010 09:04 AM, Julian Vincent wrote:
>> I use P4.1 (latest build).  I am constructing an ontology which has a large number of individuals.  For a variety of reasons I would like to incorporate an automatic date stamp so that each time I revise the classification of an individual (which unfortunately tends to be rather often!) I can have some idea of when the revision was made.  Is this possible?
>> 
>> Thanks for all your efforts!
>> 
>> Julian Vincent
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