The googlecode repo says new BSD, but we can license under the Apache if that makes it easier for you (and add a LICENSE.txt)

On Mon, Oct 14, 2013 at 2:10 PM, Ignazio Palmisano <> wrote:
I have found the answer to this in the source: the maven repositories
are listed in the pom file.

Another related question: what is the intended license of the source code?

In order to complete my task, i.e., seamlessly replacing the existing
OWLAPI OBO parser, I need to make consistent changes to the structure
of the module, splitting it in a part that depends only on the parsers
module, and a part that relies on the rest of the OWLAPI, which mostly
means all the classes and methods that use OWLManager.
Since it might be necessary to redistribute the source together with
the OWLAPI, I've been searching for license notices but did not find
Can you tell me what are your preferences in this regard?


On 11 October 2013 19:12, Ignazio Palmisano
<> wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I'm in the process of integrating the obo format parser and renderer
> with the OWL API and I'm wondering if there is a public Maven
> repository where the latest release can be found - I could not find it
> on Maven Central.
> Cheers,
> I.

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