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- From: Dave Beckett <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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- Date: Fri, 18 Aug 2000 14:46:45 +0100
Redland - An RDF Application Framework
Institute for Learning and Research Technology
University of Bristol
Redland is an application framework for RDF that allows plugging in of
various modules to support different parsers, storage mechanisms or
This library is beta quality. See the todo list or the website version
for an up-to-date copy, and the FAQS for more information. Changes can
be found in the NEWS file or more detailed changes in the ChangeLog.
The sources are available from
http://www.redland.opensource.ac.uk/dist/source/ (master site) and
also from the SourceForge site http://librdf.sourceforge.net/
NOTE: At present Redland has no built in RDF/XML parser, so if you
want to parse RDF/XML, you will have to download an external parser,
either the W3C libwww C or the Java API RDF Parser (based on SiRPAC).
These are described in the Installation document. This situation will
be fixed - writing a parser is next on my list.
This library is free software / open source software released under
the LGPL or MPL licenses. See the LICENSE document for full details.
Full documentation is available at
http://www.redland.opensource.ac.uk/docs/ and in the docs directory