Protege 3.2 Beta update (build 311)

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Protege 3.2 Beta update (build 311)

Jennifer Vendetti
Administrator

There is a new beta build available on our Web site:

http://protege.stanford.edu/download/prerelease/full/
http://protege.stanford.edu/download/prerelease/basic/

Changes in Core Protege & Protege-Frames
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1. Added a plug-in called "Change Management" to the bundle of plug-ins
available for installation during the Protege install process. "Change
Management" is a tab plug-in that allows users to track and annotate
changes to Protege ontologies. More information about the "Changes" tab
is available on the Protege Community Wiki:
http://protege.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?ChangeManagement.  Thanks go to
William Liu for this submission.

2. Fixed the JessTab's "plugin.properties" file to indicate its
dependency on PAL. The warning message about the PAL engine not being
available to the JessTab no longer appears if PAL is already installed.

Changes in Protege-OWL
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1. Added a plug-in called "OWL Debugger" to the bundle of plug-ins
available for installation during the Protege install process. The
plug-in is a tool that helps people debug OWL-DL ontologies. More
information about the OWL Debugger is available on the CO-ODE Web site:
http://www.co-ode.org/downloads/owldebugger/. Thanks go to the CO-ODE
team at The University of Manchester for this submission.

2. Added a plug-in called "Manchester OWL Syntax Editor" to the bundle
of plug-ins available for installation during the Protege install
process. The plug-in provides an alternate way to view and edit
descriptions of OWL named classes in Protege-OWL. More information about
the Manchester OWL Syntax Editor is available on the CO-ODE Web site:
http://www.co-ode.org/downloads/manchesterowlsyntaxeditor/. Thanks go to
the CO-ODE team at The University of Manchester for this submission.

3. Fixed the OWL build.xml file to include the build.properties file.

4. Fixed some null pointer exceptions that occurred when loading an OWL
model with the database back-end. In particular, there were problems
with the Metadata tab which have been resolved.

5. Fixed a problem where the client was not correctly initialized when
loading a server OWL project using a database back-end.


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