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COB editor is a collaborative editor for biological ontology (e.g., Gene Ontology) building. Building on the idea of modular ontology from KR research, it supports multiple people to work on the same ontology.
The objective is to create a mechanism that will collect data from jobs running inside the COB. The data will be used for monitoring, analyzing which jobs takes long time and suggest steps for better performance.
Goallegstar-cob2xsd is a standalone COBOL Structure to XML Schema translator written in Java. This is one of the LegStar project modules. Get startedIf you want to try it out without any installation, go to legstar-cob2xsd on Google App Engine. To get started, download and unzip the distribution file. The readme.txt file contains instructions on how to run the sample provided. You will find useful "how to" information and more details on the wiki pages. The maven site contains the javadoc and se
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GoalThis project aims at developing a utility to translate PL/I structures to COBOL structures. Many mainframe integration tools have parsers for COBOL data structures. There is less support for PL/I, another important mainframe language. By converting PL/I structures to COBOL, it becomes possible to integrate PL/I programs using tools which only support COBOL. Get startedTo get started, download and unzip the distribution file. The readme.txt file contains instructions on how to run the sample