Our subversion repository can be browsed here:


The two relevant directories are:

  • apps: the code for the different software components and the artifacts to compile them.
  • datamodel: artifacts for generating the eagle-i ontology and packaging it into a jar. Note that directories were most *.owl reside are pulled in as externals, so they won't be visible with the above links (you'll need to checkout the tree to see all directories).


  • trunk - contains the active development of the different software components.
  • branches - contains the releases of the software.




Miscellaneous Java services and utilities used by search and data tools applications. Includes: Solr index, auto-suggest, authentication and connection, logging, Jira connector for feedback,... |

configurationSample configuration files, configuration files used in AWS installer


Front-end GWT code shared by search and data tools applications (SWEET and data management);
static resources shared by all webapps (used as maven overlay).


Shared back-end code for read/write operations on an eagle-i repository;
ETL code for generating eagle-i resource descriptions from excel and XML;
Data management command line tools for performing bulk changes to an eagle-i dataset;
SWEET front-end GWT code.


Resources for developers, such as eclipse configuration files.


Abstraction for interacting with an eagle-i annotated ontology, optimized for access from client code (API and Jena-based implementation).


Code that is no longer active in the main codebase but is helpful as reference.


Repository code and administrative tools. This directory is pretty much self-contained (except for its dependency on common/ui/static-resources).


Search application back-end.


User-facing web applications and web services except for repository. The modules in this directory produce .war files.



  • trunk - contains the active development of the ontology.
  • releases - contains the releases of the ontology.
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