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Where to place a newly defined package in my local ProM installation?
I have set up a local installation of ProM, within Eclipse, as per the instructions at https://svn.win.tue.nl/trac/prom/wiki/setup/HowToBecomeAProMDeveloper
(and some assistane from Eric Verbeek -- thank you for that !!).
I am now attempting to create a package in my local environment, following https://svn.win.tue.nl/trac/prom/wiki/setup/SimplePlugIn/Defining
My question is: where should I put the new class "gettingstarted"?
My first attempt was to put it into Workshop/src/org.prcoessmining.plugins.gettingstarted. When I launched UITopia I saw the Hello World plugin, and thought everything was good. However, when I made a minor tweak to my gettingstarted file and re-launched UITopia, the tweak did not show up. Then I fully deleted getting started plugin, but it still shows up when I restart UITopia.
I believe that when UITopia is launched it is not looking at the files in Workshop/src. How can I get UITopia to look there, or, where should I put a home-made package so that my local UITopia will find it?
I am wondering if the solution includes setting the PROM_USER_FOLDER in ProM.ini to local directory holding some xml files similar to www.promtools.org/prom6/packages/packages.xml and also, e.g., http://www.promtools.org/prom6/packages/LocalProcessModelDiscovery/packages.xml.
; If this is true, then are there any tools available to auto-generate the needed xml files?
(BTW, my current interest is to be able to make minor tweaks to a couple of existing packages (e.g., the Fuzzy mining and the Local Process Mining packages). At a minimum, I am wanting to get my hands on the outputs from the packages, and possibly modify some of the configuration parameter settings. I am not currently planning on creating a fully new package, although who knows what the future will bring.)