You may want to check with the owner of the link to the OWL2 data. The link generates a NOT FOUND error.
I received the same error, is there an alternate source?
I just used the British oswi data. That file seems to exist and works fine.
I used this file: http://www.isc.ro/lists/twl06.zip
Hmm, it’s true that the link from http://www.zyzzyva.net/wordlists.shtml to the OWL2 word list is currently broken, but I wouldn’t worry about this too much. OWL2.txt is included in the code distribution, under @Collections/5x5@.
If someone can find an alternate source for a complete OWL2 word list, I’d be happy to use it instead.
Oh, OK. I’m using a combination of copying from the eBook and typing in the code. It helps me remember if I work with the code myself. I haven’t downloaded the code distribution.
In the book I would just point people to the OWL2.txt file in the code distribution and give credit to the original site as the file’s origin rather than pointing people to the site for the file.
Geoff’s right, and here’s the link to the book’s code http://pragprog.com/titles/tbcoffee/source_code