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announce - EulerGUI 1.0

From: Jean-Marc Vanel <jeanmarc.vanel@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2009 12:55:23 +0100
To: public-cwm-talk@w3.org
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Change Log

[EulerGUI-2009-02-23]

- embed latest Euler EYE prolog Yap engine
- Drools engine:
        - several errors corrected; several N3 builtins implemented; lists in 
antecedent or consequent; runs in < 2s for the NRI2 GUI case from Deductions 
project
        - when an N3 source file is changed, remove consistently the related 
facts and rules, and triple results to (greatly) optimize computing time.
        - File / "export as Drools" action
- RDFIterator: bug corrected: when more than 2 triples in consequent, spurious 
extra implications were generated
- CWM: adding --query= argument; arguments from GUI (typically --think) are 
before --query, not pre-pended
- Generated application:
        - record N3 file from user input in fields; load/store at application 
opening/closing
        - added bold font to distinguish user input from loaded data
        - added tooltip displaying last update Time
        - check numeric datatype, and positive or negative values
        - the user is able to popup a new form
- new N3 parser in Java based on parser4j, thanks to Luc Peuvrier;
  button "PARSE" added, just to show the parse tree.
- new window : when closed, a secondary project window should not close the 
application.
- File chooser initial directory is set to "user.dir" ; was set to "home.dir"
- apply consistently the Euler icon to application frames
- solved problems with Graphviz: multi-line strings were causing blank 
Graphviz windows
- Add button to open inference N3 result with the standard N3 editor
- show the generated JavaScript in the JavaScript console
- migrate to Maven framework and directory structure
-- 
Jean-Marc Vanel
http://jmvanel.free.fr/
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