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Last modified: June 24, 2003

BUILDING THE CLASSIFICATION FRAMEWORK
=====================================

Unpack the classifier_dist.zip archive into your NetBeans build directory
(e.g. nb_all), so the directory structure is like this:

+- nb_all
   +- classifier
      +- examples
      +- libsrc
      +- src
      ...

Make sure you have Ant 1.5.x installed on your system.

Go to the 'classifier' directory and type 'ant'.

The classifier library will be created in directory

classifier/netbeans/modules


RUNNING THE EXAMPLES
====================

Go to the 'examples' directory ant type 'ant'.

The output of the example classification will be printed to the console.

STATUS
======

The classification framework currently implements the following features:

- API to query for classifications for a particular object
- SPI to provide external predicates and to construct classifiers
- XML-based language to write classification programs
- Basic algorithm to retrieve classifications for an object
- Handful of predefined external predicates

The following features are NOT yet implemented at this point:

- Ordering of classes in the classification result
- Handling priorities in classification programs
- Handling of URL constants in classification programs
- Listening on changes in the previously classified objects
- Most planned external predicates (e.g. FileSystems API ones)
- Support for changing (reloading/refreshing) the program at runtime
- Regression tests
- Creating the Javadoc by the build
- LookSelector that would select looks based on the classifications



      

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