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[protege-owl] OWL-API: .jars to get started?

thealy thealy at bnl.gov
Mon Nov 22 13:00:04 PST 2010


Timothy-

I have added the owlapi-bin.jar to my classpath, but I'm still unable to 
resolve several classes from this example that I'm trying to use:

http://protegewiki.stanford.edu/wiki/ProtegeOWL_API_Advanced_Topics

-Terry

The example that

Timothy Redmond wrote:
> On 11/22/2010 11:39 AM, thealy wrote:
>> Using Protege-OWL 4.1 Beta.
>>
>> I'm attempting to do development work based on several .owl ontology 
>> files our group is working on. I have searched all around the Wiki, 
>> etc. but can't find a straightforward list and source for all the 
>> necessary .jar file(s) I need to use some of the example code that 
>> appears to be just what I need to get rolling - using OWLModel, 
>> OWLNamedClass, OWLIndividual classes.
>
> If you are just working with the OWL API (e.g. you are not building a 
> Protege 4 plugin) then you only need one jar, owlapi-bin.jar, which 
> can be found at owlapi.sourceforge.net. There is also some 
> documentation there showing how to do different things using the owl api.
>
> If you are developing a Protege 4.1 plugin, then there is a 
> documentation page here
>
>     http://protegewiki.stanford.edu/wiki/Protege4DevDocs
>
>
> This page includes information on how to set up an eclipse or intellij 
> IDE.  There is also some explanation of how to write a plugin 
> (including how to put together a skeleton project for your plugin in 
> five minutes).
>
> -Timothy
>
>
>>
>> Can someone send me a URL where I can download them?
>>
>> Thanks.
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Terry Healy / thealy at bnl.gov
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