On Jun 10, 2012, at 21:55, Timothy Redmond wrote:
> Protege 4 uses Swing.
Hmmmm. There doesn't seem to be a clear path from Swing
to WebKit. I found a hint that it could be be done using
Qt Jambi and the Swing Bridge, but there's no indication
that anyone has ever done this. Sigh.
Following an entirely different path, I see that WebProtege
has just had a 2.0 Beta release. Once the code is actually
released, this might be interesting to play with.