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From Jörn Kottmann (JIRA) <...@uima.apache.org>
Subject [jira] Updated: (UIMA-1887) Should be possible to open a CAS from a non Cas Editor project with the CAS Editor
Date Wed, 29 Sep 2010 10:36:33 GMT

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Jörn Kottmann updated UIMA-1887:
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        Summary: Should be possible to open a CAS from a non Cas Editor project with the CAS
Editor  (was: The Debug Plugin should be able to open a CAS file with the CAS Editor)
    Description: 
It should be possible to open a  CAS files which are inside an eclipse java project (and not
an eclipse CAS Editor project) with the CAS Editor.

After a short discussion with Marshall (see comments below) the issue is changed and now includes
the
creation of an eclipse uima development plugin which will host the extension to the Cas Editor.
Until this new plugin is mature is will be located in the sandbox and named uimaj-ep-dev.

In this proposed solution the Development Plugin extends the CAS Editor with a Document Provider
which can load a type system and styling information from a non Cas Editor project. The Development
Plugin can assume that the type system file is
placed in a certain location, for example at the top level of the project folder and is named
TypeSystem.xml.
Additionally the Debug Plugin should offer a file dialog to specify the type system in case
it cannot be found
or is not compatible with the CAS the user wants to open.
The Development Plugin also provides a new view to edit the styling of the annotations.

The goal of this issue is to quickly create an initial solution which can then be refined

by input from users and other uima developers. 



  was:
It should be possible to open a  CAS files which are inside an eclipse java project (and not
an eclipse CAS Editor project) with the CAS Editor.

In this proposed solution the Debug Plugin is extended to provide the CAS Editor with a type
system and styling
to open and display a CAS file in the project. The Debug Plugin can assume that the type system
file is
placed in a certain location, for example at the top level of the project folder and is named
Typesystem.xml.
Additionally the Debug Plugin should offer a file dialog to specify the type system in case
it cannot be found
or is not compatible with the CAS the user wants to open.

 




> Should be possible to open a CAS from a non Cas Editor project with the CAS Editor
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: UIMA-1887
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/UIMA-1887
>             Project: UIMA
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>          Components: Eclipse plugins
>            Reporter: Jörn Kottmann
>
> It should be possible to open a  CAS files which are inside an eclipse java project (and
not an eclipse CAS Editor project) with the CAS Editor.
> After a short discussion with Marshall (see comments below) the issue is changed and
now includes the
> creation of an eclipse uima development plugin which will host the extension to the Cas
Editor.
> Until this new plugin is mature is will be located in the sandbox and named uimaj-ep-dev.
> In this proposed solution the Development Plugin extends the CAS Editor with a Document
Provider which can load a type system and styling information from a non Cas Editor project.
The Development Plugin can assume that the type system file is
> placed in a certain location, for example at the top level of the project folder and
is named TypeSystem.xml.
> Additionally the Debug Plugin should offer a file dialog to specify the type system in
case it cannot be found
> or is not compatible with the CAS the user wants to open.
> The Development Plugin also provides a new view to edit the styling of the annotations.
> The goal of this issue is to quickly create an initial solution which can then be refined

> by input from users and other uima developers. 

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