AceWiki is a semantic wiki that is powerful and at the same time easy to use. Making use of the controlled natural language ACE, the formal statements of the wiki are shown in a way that looks like natural English. In order to help the users to write correct ACE sentences, AceWiki provides a predictive editor.
|Tags||Information Management Scientific/Engineering Artificial Intelligence|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release fixes a serious bug that has been introduced with version 0.5.2: the user interface crashed when a user wanted to edit a sentence.
Release Notes: The core interfaces of the internal structure have been redesigned in order to support multilinguality: an experimental multilingual AceWiki engine is available (still very incomplete and buggy). AceWiki applications can now be split into backends and frontends: multiple frontends can connect to the same backend, i.e. to the same ontology. A change with practical importance is that jpl.jar (Java binding for SWI Prolog) is no longer part of the AceWiki package, but has to be linked dynamically. Apart from that, there are many more minor bugfixes and improvements.
Release Notes: Besides internal changes in the package structure, the most important change is that users have the option to stay logged in, elimitating the need to provide the password again the next time if AceWiki is accessed from the same browser instance. Apart from that, there are many small changes, new configuration parameters, GUI adjustments, and bug fixes.
Release Notes: With this release, version 3 of the Echo Web Framework is used instead of version 2. This major upgrade should make AceWiki more stable and ready for the future development. Other third-party libraries have been updated too. Another major change concerns the predictive editor: the menu blocks are arranged in a smarter way and have different colors to emphasize their types. As usual, a number of bugs have been fixed and there has been clean-up and refactoring on the code.
Release Notes: This is mainly a bugfix release. Some bugs sneaked in at the last release, and others have been around for longer.