Helfer CapabilitySWI

Jan Burse, erstellt 17. Aug 2019
package jekpro.tools.bundle;
import jekpro.tools.call.Capability;
/**
* The class implements a capability that reads its model description
* properties from a SWI-Prolog content package slip which is a Prolog
* text. Additionally the capability can read platform description
* properties from a Jekejeke Prolog icon package slip which is also
* a Prolog text. The package has one parameter for initialization,
* namely the main root of the package. The main root is then used to
* determine the location of the package slips.
* <pre>
* Example pack.pl:
* name(hello).
* title('Hello World').
* version('1.0.0').
* home('http://www.jekejeke.ch/').
* author('(c) 2019, XLOG Technologies GmbH, Switzerland', 'info@xlog.ch').
* </pre>
* The content package slip follows the format from SWI-Prolog. It
* has to be a Prolog text named "pack.pl". An example content package
* slip might read as follows, whereas the name attribute is not yet
* used by Jekejeke Prolog. The name and the version attributes are
* mandatory to be interoperable with the SWI-Prolog system. The
* author attribute can have multiple entries, our example shows
* only one entry:
* <pre>
* Example icon.pl:
* icon('images/hello.png').
* </pre>
* The icon package slip follows a proprietary format of Jekejeke Prolog.
* It has to be a Prolog text named "icon.pl". The SWI-Prolog system
* will simply ignore this package slip. The Jekejeke Prolog system
* on the other hand will use the icon package slip to associate an
* icon with the package. For icons in a folder <directory>, high r
* esolution icons can be placed in a sibling folder by the
* name <directory>_hi.
* <pre>
* Example prolog/hello.pl:
* :- module(hello, [hello/0]).
* hello :-
* write('Hello World!'), nl.
* </pre>
* The Prolog text itself of such a package can be placed in a directory
* named "prolog". When a package is initialized, this directory is
* automatically added to the file extension prefixes. It will impact
* the lookup of Prolog texts without requiring a module or a package
* declaration inside each Prolog text. For interoperability with
* SWI-Prolog, it is recommended to not use the predicate indicator
* main/0 inside a Prolog text.
* <p/>
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* <p/>
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* <p/>
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* The library can be distributed as part of your applications and libraries
* for execution provided this comment remains unchanged.
* <p/>
* Restrictions
* Only to be distributed with programs that add significant and primary
* functionality to the library. Not to be distributed with additional
* software intended to replace any components of the library.
* <p/>
* Trademarks
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*/
public final class CapabilitySWI extends Capability {
/**
* <p>Create the capability headless.</p>
*
* @param root The main root.
*/
public CapabilitySWI(String root) {
super(new BranchSWI(root));
}
}

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