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feat(ontology): allow deleting comments of properties (DEV-696) #2042


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@irinaschubert irinaschubert commented Apr 13, 2022

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Issue Number: DEV-696

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@irinaschubert irinaschubert self-assigned this Apr 13, 2022
@irinaschubert irinaschubert marked this pull request as ready for review April 26, 2022 06:38
@irinaschubert irinaschubert changed the title feat(ontology): allow deleting comments of properties and classes (DEV-696) feat(ontology): allow deleting comments of properties (DEV-696) Apr 26, 2022
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@irinaschubert irinaschubert merged commit 985c5fd into main Apr 26, 2022
@irinaschubert irinaschubert deleted the wip/dev-696-allow-deleting-of-comments-for-properties-and-classes branch April 26, 2022 11:17
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