ProM 6 Plug-in Development; Part 4: Connections

In part 1 of this tutorial, we wen over the basics of ProM plug-in development and in parts 2 and 3 we extended our plug-in to better interact with ProM and the user.  In this installment, we’ll look at how to make your plug-in work better with other plug-ins by providing extra information that may […]

Read More…

ProM 6 Plug-in Development; Part 3: Provided Objects, Wizards, and More on Objects

In Part 1 of this tutorial we went over the basics, and in Part 2 we made our plug-in integrate better with ProM by making it possible to load and save objects, by providing a user-interface for configuration, and by providing progress and logging information when executing a plug-in.  In this part, we look at […]

Read More…

ProM 6 Plug-in Development; Part 2: Loading/Saving, Configuration, and Feedback

In Part 1 of my tutorial on ProM plug-in development, we went over the basics: objects, plug-ins, and visualizers.  In this part, we look into loading and saving objects, how to let users specify configuration, and how to make our plug-ins provide more information during execution.  In the remainder of this post, I assume you […]

Read More…

Windows 8 and CPN Tools, Declare, and ProM

Frequent readers will know, I have posted about how CPN Tools, Declare, and ProM has been running on the developer preview and the consumer preview of Windows 8.  The short version was that CPN Tools and Declare run on bot 32 and 64 bit versions without problems.  ProM ran on 32 bit versions without problems […]

Read More…

Software I Maintain

I maintain quite a bit of software.  A month ago or so, Wil asked me to give an overview of the software for some exciting1 mid-term evaluation report.  As such, I decided to make a simple architecture diagram, and even simplified it turned to not be so simple. Today, I was to give a presentation […]

Read More…