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Plugin source code

SunnyOzSunnyOz Posts: 7
edited June 2011 in - Development
Hi there,

I'm quite confused about where to find the source code for the plugins. There is the package repository but I cannot find the source code for the 'simple log filter', neither 'EPMLImportExport' or others. Is the source for those and other plugins still to be uploaded to the repository?



  • JBuijsJBuijs Posts: 914
    Hi 'SunnyOz',

    In ProM 6 plug-ins are part of packages, e.g. a package contains one or more plug-ins.

    The 'simple log filter' plug-in for instance is contained in the 'Log' package.
    The 'EPMLImportExport' is contained in the 'PetriNets' package.

    The problem of finding to which package a plug-in belongs has been encountered here (by the developers of the ProM 6 framework) too. Therefore a new annotation attribute has been/will be introduced for plug-ins where they need to indicate to which package they belong. This should make finding the source code a lot easier.

    Let me know if you managed to find the plug-ins.
    Joos Buijs

    Senior Data Scientist and process mining expert at APG (Dutch pension fund executor).
    Previously Assistant Professor in Process Mining at Eindhoven University of Technology
  • SunnyOzSunnyOz Posts: 7
    Thanks Joost. What confused me was that the BPM2010 plugin provides a 'Simple Log Filter', whereas I think that this one got replaced by the 'Filter Log using Simple Heuristics' plugin, right?!
    Here a list which relates the plugin names in the ProM Action list to the plugin source code.
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