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From Peter Kl├╝gl <peter.klu...@averbis.com>
Subject Re: UIMA Ruta.
Date Thu, 01 Oct 2015 20:47:01 GMT

without detailed investigations, I would assume that you need to convert 
the ruta project into a java project. Or you need to import the type 
system descriptor in a descriptor located in a java project and apply 
jcagen on the second one.

Either way, I think the jcasgen button of the descriptor editor works 
only in eclipse projects with a java nature that have some source 
folder. Overall, that makes sense since you generate java classes that 
should be located in a source folder (they need to be compiled). The 
jcasgen-maven-plugin,for example, adds the source folder programmatically.

Btw, it is not problematic if the ruta project is also a java project, 
but it provides many advantages, e.g., you can outsource logic to 
(uimafit) analysis engines that are called from within the ruta rules. I 
personally switched lately all my development of ruta rules to maven 
built projects.



Am 01.10.2015 um 22:23 schrieb Juan Ignacio Velez:
> Hello, i'm developing a tools in java with UIMA Ruta in Eclipse IDE. I
> create the descriptor ina UIMA Ruta Project, and there is no problem. But
> when i want to generate JCas with "JCasGen" buttom, that message appears:
> "no source directories have been defined. jcasgen will not be run"
> How can i solve this?
> Thanks, Juan.

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