PAL visualization bug with class Function

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PAL visualization bug with class Function

Gianluigi Loffreda
I don't know if this one is a known problem. It's not also so important but if you create a class called Function in your Ontology and then you need to define a PAL constraint which will include variables from this class you will have to include a defrange like the following:

(defrange ?Function :FRAME Function)

The visualization bug is that the word Function (in the Frame position) will appear in Italic in the same way as it appear in the PAL Statement when you want to include a "function".

I know it's not very important but I noticed it and I thought it was useful to point it out.
Thank you.
Gianluigi Loffreda

Sapienza University of Rome (Italy)
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Re: PAL visualization bug with class Function

Tania Tudorache
Thank you for the report. Probably the "Function" string is reserved in
a case insensitive manner.. This is not likely that it will be fixed
soon. If you need this fix and are willing to make it, we are very happy
to integrate it in the distribution.

Tania


gianluigiloffreda wrote:

> I don't know if this one is a known problem. It's not also so important but
> if you create a class called Function in your Ontology and then you need to
> define a PAL constraint which will include variables from this class you
> will have to include a defrange like the following:
>
> (defrange ?Function :FRAME Function)
>
> The visualization bug is that the word Function (in the Frame position) will
> appear in Italic in the same way as it appear in the PAL Statement when you
> want to include a "function".
>
> I know it's not very important but I noticed it and I thought it was useful
> to point it out.
> Thank you.
>  

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