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[protege-owl] Unique cannonical serialization (using Subversion or some such)

Tania Tudorache tudorache at stanford.edu
Wed Mar 18 16:14:02 PDT 2009


I'm wondering if Eric forgot to check the "Sort alphabetically" check 
box. That would explain the many differences when using the native writer.

In any case, Protege 4 is the way to go.

Tania

Thomas Russ wrote:
> On Mar 18, 2009, at 10:24 AM, Eric Peterson wrote:
>
>   
>>> Instead, you can use the native writer which you can configure from  
>>> OWL
>>> menu -> Preferences -> Experimental native writer. If you will also
>>> enable the 'Sort resources alphabetically' checkbox, then the output
>>> will be repeatable across different Protege work sessions.
>>>
>>>
>>>       
>> I tried this and had about 1700 diffs resulting from about 30  
>> additive edits on my part and a handful on my colleagues part.  But  
>> maybe you didn't mean that this was sufficient for a total solution.
>>
>>     
>
>
> Wow, was it really that bad?
> I might have expected something like that for the change-over from the  
> Jena writer to the experimental one, but not for diffs from just the  
> experimental writer.
> Oh, well.  I'm glad you found a solution with Protege 4.
>
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