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Onotoa 1.1.0 released

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A new version of Onotoa was released. With version 1.1.0 a lot of bugs were fixed. There are also interesting new features, see http://onotoa.topicmapslab.de/releases/1.1.0 for the changelog.

The Topic Maps Lab proudly presents a new version of Onotoa – The Topic Maps schema editor.
With the new release, it is possible to install Onotoa into your Eclipse. Just add the update site http://onotoa.topicmapslab.de/update to the update manager.

Alternatively you can download the new version on the Onotoa website http://onotoa.topicmapslab.de . Onotoa is able to create PSIs based on the name of the topic-type. To achieve that it uses the base locator of a schema. Alternatively, it queries subj3ct.com and lists the query result as proposals.

A complete list of changes can be found here .

How to use the new features will be documented in series of small tutorials next week.

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Onotoa - Eclipse based TMCL editor

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Onotoa is an eclipse based ontology editor for Topic Maps. It has a graphical UML-like interface and a export function for the current TMCL-draft ...

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TMCL is the abbreviation for Topic Maps Constraint Language.


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