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rapidprom:documentation_for_developers [2017/06/07 09:50]
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 Unless you want to explicitly change libraries published there, this repository does not need to be forked in order to extend RapidProM. Unless you want to explicitly change libraries published there, this repository does not need to be forked in order to extend RapidProM.
  
-The root folder of the repository contains three main foldersbeing //Logo//, //​RapidMiner_Unuk//,​ and, //RapidProM//​. ​ All RapidProM code can be find in the RapidProM folderThe RapidMiner_Unuk folder contains the source code of the RapidMiner ​Unuk Release and is needed to build and test the code developed in the RapidMiner ​folderThe contents of both the RapidProM and the RapidMiner_Unuk folders are eclipse projects+In principle, RapidProM ​follows [[https://docs.rapidminer.com/​downloads/​RapidMiner-extensions.pdf|RapidMiner's documentation]] regarding RapidMiner extensions. 
-To be able to extend ​RapidProM ​we suggest to import ​the two projects into an IDE that supports eclipse based project files.+Hence, we strongly recommend you to read that documentation,​ prior to continuing this document
 +Moreover, we only present non-trivial ​RapidProM ​specific topics not covered by the basic RapidMiner extension documentation.
 ==== 2. Creating an Operator ==== ==== 2. Creating an Operator ====
 As indicated, RapidProM is based on RapidMiner Unuk. Extending RapidProM is therefore by definition equivalent to extending RapidMiner. Luckily, the developers of RapidMiner developed their own documentation on how to extend RapidMiner. We kindly refer the gentle reader to this {{:​rapidprom:​how_to_extend_rapidminer_5.pdf| document}} to get a basic understanding of extending RapidMiner in general. As indicated, RapidProM is based on RapidMiner Unuk. Extending RapidProM is therefore by definition equivalent to extending RapidMiner. Luckily, the developers of RapidMiner developed their own documentation on how to extend RapidMiner. We kindly refer the gentle reader to this {{:​rapidprom:​how_to_extend_rapidminer_5.pdf| document}} to get a basic understanding of extending RapidMiner in general.
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