The Apache UIMA team is pleased to announce the release of Apache UIMA Ruta (Rule-based Text Annotation), version 2.6.1.
The Unstructured Information Management Architecture (UIMA) is a component framework supporting development, discovery, composition, and deployment of multi-modal analytics tasked with the analysis of unstructured information. Apache UIMA is an Apache licensed open source implementation of the UIMA specification which is being developed by a technical committee within OASIS, a standards organization. The implementation comprises an SDK and tooling for composing and running analytic components written in Java and C++, with some support for Perl, Python and TCL. Apache UIMA Ruta is a rule-based script language supported by Eclipse-based tooling. The language is designed to enable rapid development of text processing applications within UIMA. A special focus lies on the intuitive and flexible domain specific language for defining patterns of annotations. The Eclipse-based tooling, called the Apache UIMA Ruta Workbench, was created to support the user and to facilitate every step when writing rules. Both the rule language and the workbench integrate smoothly with Apache UIMA. Major Changes in this Release UIMA Ruta Language and Analysis Engine: - Fixed problem with empty annotation list expressions - Fixed stacked feature expressions - Fixed false positive match in conjunct rules - Fixed mixing FOREACH with BLOCK blocks - Fixed min/max quantifier - Fixed float variables - Fixed dynamic internal reindexing - Requires UIMA 2.10.0 and uimaFIT 2.3.0 - Other bugfixes UIMA Ruta Workbench: - Fixed Query View - Fixed Annotation Testing View - Fixed error reporting in editor For a full list of the changes, please refer to Jira: http://uima.apache.org/d/ruta-2.6.1/issuesFixed/jira-report.html More information about UIMA Ruta can be found here: http://uima.apache.org/ruta.html - Peter Klügl, for the Apache UIMA development team
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