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From Jörn Kottmann <kottm...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Clarifying when the Cas Editor needs the special nature, and when it needs the Corpus Explorer
Date Tue, 06 Oct 2009 10:59:31 GMT
Marshall Schor wrote:
> Jörn Kottmann wrote:
>   
>> Marshall Schor wrote:
>>     
>>> The Cas Editor seems to be enabled by two different things in
>>> Eclipse. One is the Corpus Explorer view, which among other things,
>>> enables
>>> certain right-click menu items.  The other is the
>>> <nature>org.apache.uima.caseditor.NLPProject</nature>, although I'm
not
>>> sure what it enables.
>>>   
>>>       
>> Actually the Corpus Explorer only works together with projects
>> which have the NLPProject nature. Non NLPProject nature projects
>> are only displayed like they would be in the eclipse navigator view.
>> The special right-click menu items and project structure is only
>> available in NLPProject nature projects.
>>     
> Hmmm,  I tried the following:
> In a new workspace, I created 2 projects - a java project and an NLP
> project.
> The java project did not have the NLPProject nature.
>
> Then I switched to the Corpus Explorer, and found when I right-clicked
> the two projects and picked "properties", I saw the panel with Processor
> Folders, Corpus Folders, etc.  (Even for the project that didn't have
> the NLP Project nature)  So I guess that the NLP Nature isn't required
> to show this.  But it may be required for something else
>   
For the project without the NLP nature you should not have seen
the panels in the properties menu, I also could not reproduce
the behavior you observed. Are you sure that your java project has
not the nlp nature ? (You can check that manually in the .project file)

Jörn

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