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Repository bug in 304

Daniel Elenius
When you open a project which has missing imports, and protege asks you
to create a new repository, the "relative folder" option is greyed out.
Why? Is this a bug?

Daniel
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Re: Repository bug in 304

Nick Drummond
Daniel,

This option is only available when you have already saved your project -
otherwise where would it make the repository relative to?
If it doesn't state this in the text let me know and we'll update it.

Cheers

Nick

Daniel Elenius wrote:

> When you open a project which has missing imports, and protege asks
> you to create a new repository, the "relative folder" option is greyed
> out. Why? Is this a bug?
>
> Daniel
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Re: Repository bug in 304

Daniel Elenius
The problem is that I want to do this when creating a new project based
on an existing OWL file which has some imports. Why not just use the
path of that OWL file. This is going to be the path of the pprj file as
well.

Daniel


Nick Drummond wrote:

> Daniel,
>
> This option is only available when you have already saved your project
> - otherwise where would it make the repository relative to?
> If it doesn't state this in the text let me know and we'll update it.
>
> Cheers
>
> Nick
>
> Daniel Elenius wrote:
>
>> When you open a project which has missing imports, and protege asks
>> you to create a new repository, the "relative folder" option is
>> greyed out. Why? Is this a bug?
>>
>> Daniel
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Nick Drummond
Daniel,

Um, not necessarilly. There's nothing forcing this relationship between
a sourcefile and the project.
We can't make a repository for the source file, because there may be
several projects that use the same source (and you might want to
configure one to always use the web versions of the imports, for example)

Nick

Daniel Elenius wrote:

> The problem is that I want to do this when creating a new project
> based on an existing OWL file which has some imports. Why not just use
> the path of that OWL file. This is going to be the path of the pprj
> file as well.
>
> Daniel
>
>
> Nick Drummond wrote:
>
>> Daniel,
>>
>> This option is only available when you have already saved your
>> project - otherwise where would it make the repository relative to?
>> If it doesn't state this in the text let me know and we'll update it.
>>
>> Cheers
>>
>> Nick
>>
>> Daniel Elenius wrote:
>>
>>> When you open a project which has missing imports, and protege asks
>>> you to create a new repository, the "relative folder" option is
>>> greyed out. Why? Is this a bug?
>>>
>>> Daniel
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>>
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