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|Description=JSave can be used to generate Java class definition stubs for Protege classes.
Revision as of 11:27, August 20, 2007
by Samson Tu
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|License||Mozilla Public License|
JSave can be used to generate Java class definition stubs for Protege classes.
Versions & Compatibility
This section lists available versions of JSave.
|JSave 1.0||Protege-Frames 3.4|
If you click on the button below to add a new version of JSave, you will be asked to define a page title for the new version. Please adhere to the naming convention of JSave X.X.X when you define the new page!
JSave can be used to generate Java class definition stubs for Protege classes. The top level classes extend DefaultSimpleInstance, so that instances of the generated Java classes are also Protege instances and can use Protege API calls. A developer can add his or her own methods to the Java class definition. Regenerating Java class stubs will update the stubs while preserving user-supplied code. An option of the package allows generation of Java bean access methods and listeners.
JSave is bundled with the "full" installation of Protege.
DocumentationThe documentation for JSave is in the form of an HTML document entitled "jsave.html" and can be found in the following location (once you have installed Protege on your system):
If you would like to read the documentation without installing Protege, you can view jsave.html from our Subversion repository here. Click the "download" link in the top left corner of the page.
Level of Support
Author will answer questions via email, fix bugs, and consider new feature requests as time permits.
The source code for JSave is available from the Protege Subversion repository.