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From Pei Chen <chen...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Build from source
Date Tue, 18 Mar 2014 15:40:54 GMT
If you are building from source via Eclipse, you are correct, maven should
resolve those dependencies automatically for you.  (Perhaps try removing
any existing artifacts in your ~.m2 folder and try run-as maven
generate-sources again on the project again?

However, in theory, one can just add the cTAKES components as dependencies
in your own project pom.xml  (The only caveat is that you may need to
download the ctakes resources and add them your classpath for now.)  And
wire up a pipeline programatically as an example [1].
I am not sure how many other users use cTAKES as such, but it would be good
to get some feedback.



On Mon, Mar 17, 2014 at 5:23 PM, Bob Searles <dukekujo@gmail.com> wrote:

> Newbie here.  I downloaded cTakes source through maven according to these
> instructions<
> https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/CTAKES/cTAKES+3.1+Developer+Install+Guide
> >.
>  I am using Eclipse Standard 4.3.2 (Kepler).  I have all (stated)
> prerequisites installed.  I get about 70 errors, many of which are like...
> Archive for required library: 'C:/Users/<my
> username>/.m2/repository/org/apache/lucene/lucene-core/4.0.0/lucene-core-4.0.0.jar'
> in project 'ctakes-dependency-parser' cannot be read or is not a valid ZIP
> file ctakes-dependency-parser
> ...
> Archive for required library: 'C:/Users/<my
> username>/.m2/repository/org/springframework/spring-context/3.1.0.RELEASE/spring-context-3.1.0.RELEASE.jar'
> in project 'ctakes-assertion-res' cannot be read or is not a valid ZIP file
> ctakes-assertion-res
> ...
> Execution default of goal org.cleartk:jcasgen-maven-plugin:0.9.3:generate
> failed: A required class was missing while executing
> org.cleartk:jcasgen-maven-plugin:0.9.3:generate:
> org/apache/uima/tools/jcasgen/IError
> ...
> I assume that means I need to have Lucene and the Spring Framework
> installed.  Shouldn't Maven have grabbed these automatically from Maven
> Central?  What is the prescribed way of installing them?  I assume it is
> not to download them directly from a browser, then Properties-->Java Build
> Path.  I tried right clicking on one of the folders-->Maven-->Add
> Dependency, and added...
> Group Id: org.apache.lucene
> Artifact Id: lucene-core
> Group Id: org.springframework
> Artifact Id: spring-core
> But that didn't help.  One clarification, I am just trying to use cTakes in
> an application.  I am not currently trying to contribute to cTakes (in
> which case, should I just be adding a Maven dependency to cTakes from my
> own project?).  Newbie.  Lost.  Help.  Thanks.

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