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From Nicolas Hernandez <nicolas.hernan...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: UIMA Python integration?
Date Thu, 15 Dec 2011 23:13:34 GMT

6 months later.

Jens what experience have you learn about UIMA and Python ? Is
Pythonnator still the simplest solution for working with XMI ?
No other alternative ?



On Wed, May 4, 2011 at 11:48 PM, Eddie Epstein <eaepstein@gmail.com> wrote:
> The last update with uimapy on Apache UIMA was that it had problems
> deserializing somewhat complex XmiCas examples.
> The previous problem with jython was that it was backlevel relative to
> the needs of some python analytic code. Jython seems like the simplest
> integration, assuming it works.
> The Pythonnator requires a uimacpp runtime. More complicated, but
> perhaps a much faster python execution environment? Uimacpp fully
> supports XmiCas serialization methods.
> Eddie
> On Wed, May 4, 2011 at 4:42 AM, Jens Grivolla <j+asf@grivolla.net> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> what's the current status on combining UIMA and Python?
>> I know that it should be possible to write AEs in Python using either the
>> BSF Annotator (and jython) or Pythonnator (using SWIG).  I haven't tried
>> either one yet, so I'm open to recommendations on which to use.
>> I would also very much like to write UIMA (and especially UIMA AS) clients
>> in Python.  Is it possible at all to use an annotation pipeline from a
>> language other than Java?  We are currently using the simple REST server for
>> this, but it has serious limitations.
>> Lastly, and probably more simply, I would like to be able to work with XMI
>> files using Python.  There used to be uimapy by Ed Loper, but I can't find a
>> copy anywhere and the sourcefore repository is empty.  I found no mention on
>> the mailing list of what happened to the project and the discussion about
>> seems to just have ended quite abruptly.
>> Thanks for any suggestions or hints,
>> Jens

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