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[protege-owl] Edit SWRL in Protege 3.4 without additional imports

Martin O'Connor martin.oconnor at stanford.edu
Thu Feb 26 11:20:10 PST 2009


The imports should not reappear once they are removed. However, in the 
current build they do. This has been fixed and a new build should be 
available in a few days.

Martin

Vitor Barbosa wrote:

> Hello everyone,
>
> I created an ontology using Protege 3.4, added some SWRL rules using 
> the builtins from the SWRL submission, and saved it. However, the 
> SWRLTab automatically includes lots of imports from the SWRLTab 
> builtins which I'm not using at the moment. Therefore I ended up by 
> removing the imports manually.
>
> The problem is that, whenever I open the ontology for editing porpuses 
> (SWRL or OWL related) the SWRLTab builtins imports are added once 
> again, against my (the final user) will.
> I think you have done a great job by producing these builtin libraries 
> (the features provided are tremendous), but there should be a way to 
> give the option to the user to decide if he/she really wants to use 
> the aforementioned builtin libraries, one by one or for all of them. 
> I'm not using them at the moment, but it doesn't necessarily means 
> that it is not going to change.
>
> This way, I would like to know if it is possible (or safe) to edit the 
> source code from the SWRLTab to ensure that the imports are no longer 
> added to the ontology. Any clue on how to do this?
>
> Best regards,
> Vitor
>
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