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General Protege Developer Documentation


Using and Configuring Protege Ant Build Scripts

See Protege Ant Scripts.

Connect to the Protege Subversion repository from Eclipse

If you want to view and/or checkout Protege source code from the Eclipse IDE, the first step is to install the Subclipse plug-in. Subclipse provides support for Subversion from within Eclipse. Installation instructions are available on the Subclipse website.

Once you have successfully installed Subclipse, launch Eclipse and go to the SVN Repository Exploring perspective. Click the "Add SVN Repository" button to bring up the "Add SVN Repository" dialog. In the "Url" text box, type the following URL:

... and click Finish. Eclipse should look like the following screenshot:


Where is Java 6?

I am working on solving the problem of Apple's missing Java 6.

Testing firewalls and web proxies

Occasionally we get questions from people who are behind a firewall. In the past, we have had no way to simulate and test how Protege behaves in their environment and so our answers on the mailing list have been somewhat limited. But it turns out, as many IT types probably know well, that it is relatively easy to create a virtual network that lives behind an open source firewall, such as the endian firewall. There is an excellent and fun online course that describes how to setup such a network either using VirtualBox or VMware. If you create a virtual network in this way, the virtual firewall machine will have two virtual network interfaces, the external network interface (the red one) which points to the network of the host machine, and another network interface (the green one) which can be shared by other virtual machines. The endian firewall can be configured by accessing the web page on the green network.

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