[Swoop] SWOOP default save - bug fixed...+ latest changes
adityak at gmail.com
Thu Oct 13 00:29:26 EDT 2005
On 10/12/05, Bijan Parsia <bparsia at isr.umd.edu> wrote:
> On Oct 12, 2005, at 11:57 AM, Miles, AJ (Alistair) wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > Couple of quick comments on latest SWOOP releases:
> > The 2.3 alpha3 release doesn't lose the asterix next to classes after
> > you do a save.
> > Both 2.3 alpha3 and 2.2.1 have the annoying feature that they remember
> > the last filename you used to save the ontology, irrespective of which
> > ontology you change to in your workspace. So you can be working on
> > multiple ontologies, and if you press Control-s at the wrong moment
> > you end up overwriting one ontology with another on the file system.
> > It would be better if SWOOP remembered a filename for each ontology,
> > as the target for a default save operation.
> Ah yes. I just noticed that. It brutally sucks and will be a priority
This bug has been fixed in the latest Swoop version in the SVN.
Besides this bug, other recent fixes include:
- bookmarks use physical URLs of ontologies (instead of logical URIs).
This allows local ontology files to be bookmarked as well.
- change log UI is now different..a treeTable is used to list
changes..options have been added to undo, clear (remove old changes),
serialize (in RDF/XML) and attach changes to an Annotea annotation
- Pellet reasoner results are now cached..so each time you revert back
to a processed ontology, the classified hierarchies are loaded from
the cache directly.
- Anonymous individuals are now displayed in the Alphabetical List
I'm currently working on bugs piled up in the issue tracker.
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