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From Thilo Goetz <twgo...@gmx.de>
Subject Re: Building the eclipse update site
Date Tue, 07 Jul 2009 16:58:14 GMT
Jörn Kottmann wrote:
> Thilo Goetz wrote:
>> I was able to successfully build the update site and install
>> into Eclipse 3.5.  I tested the CDE and JCasGen, seems to work
>> fine.  Joern, what's a good way to quickly test the CAS Editor?
> Create a "NLP" project and add a type system to it,
> create a folder and add it as corpus folder under project
> properties. Now you can copy a xcas/xmi file into the corpus
> folder or use the NLP/Document wizard to import a txt or rtf file.


> The project model of the Cas Editor does not really fit what we
> need now in my opinion. We have to rework that.
> It was made for the RCP Cas Editor version, but now the Cas Editor
> is more like a tool which just shows/edits CAS files.
> We could try to make a general model where a user configures a type system
> per project and use that in all our plugins. This would lead to a
> simplification
> of the Cas Editor and the removal of some (legacy) features.

Then add a notion of input document collection, and a
way to launch UIMA processing like in CVD, and we can
get rid of the Swing based tooling altogether.

>> To make this work, I had to do the following:
>> - Manually copy the CAS Editor plugin jar from where it's built
>>   to the update site's plugin directory.  All other plugin jars
>>   are copied there automatically.
> When I tested I had to copy all plugin jars manually.

You're right.  I must not have cleaned up properly.


> Jörn

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