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package org.apache.ctakes.temporal.pipelines;
Print event annotations and their context.

dmitriy dligach
public class EventPrintingPipeline {
  static interface Options {
        shortName = "i",
        description = "specify the path to the directory containing xmi files containing event annotations")
    public File getInputDirectory();
	public static void main(String[] argsthrows Exception {
		Options options = CliFactory.parseArguments(Options.classargs);
  private static CollectionReader getCollectionReader(List<Fileitemsthrows Exception {
    String[] paths = new String[items.size()];
    for (int i = 0; i < paths.length; ++i) {
      paths[i] = items.get(i).getPath();
    return CollectionReaderFactory.createReader(
  public static class PrintEventAnnotations extends JCasAnnotator_ImplBase {
    public static AnalysisEngine getDescription() throws ResourceInitializationException {
      return AnalysisEngineFactory.createEngine(PrintEventAnnotations.class);
    public void process(JCas jCasthrows AnalysisEngineProcessException {
      for(EventMention eventMention : {
        if(eventMention.getClass().getSimpleName().equals("EventMention")) {
          List<Sentencesentences = JCasUtil.selectCovering(jCasSentence.classeventMention.getBegin(), eventMention.getEnd());
          ..println(eventMention.getCoveredText() + "|" + sentences.get(0).getCoveredText());
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