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Re: Rena-based Ruby RDF library rewrite

From: Paul Stadig <paul@stadig.name>
Date: Mon, 7 Apr 2008 11:39:35 -0400
Message-ID: <3cd5de9f0804070839j2f15784el2deee4b3497cddf7@mail.gmail.com>
To: "Tom Morris" <tom@tommorris.org>
Cc: public-rdf-ruby@w3.org, sakai@tom.sfc.keio.ac.jp
Hey Tom,
That's great to hear. Dan Brickley has been poking me recently about Ruby
and RDF, and I've been conversing with Arto Beniken (owner of RDF.rb[1] on
RubyForge). Let's keep the momentum going.

The tarball link works, but I can't seem to pull up the repository link
without logging in. I've signed up for an account.

I'm looking forward to your work.


[1] http://rubyforge.org/projects/rdfrb/

On Mon, Apr 7, 2008 at 11:02 AM, Tom Morris <tom@tommorris.org> wrote:

> Hi folks,
> I've been working on reformulating the Rena library. I've hacked with
> it a bit, but I'm seeking contributors who can work on making it
> better.
> The repository is at http://github.com/tommorris/rena/new (the main
> branch contain Masahiro Sakai's original code, and I'm hoping to pull
> in working code from there)
> I'm working on basically rewriting each function and - following the
> philosophy of XP and TDD/BDD, building the simplest possible thing
> that will work. All the components are specified in RSpec.
> If you want to test and develop my rewrited code (which is far from
> complete), you can do the following:
> 1. Install git (apt-get, port or tarball from git.or.cz)
> 2a. run: git clone git://github.com/tommorris/rena.git
> then run: git checkout remote/new
> or
> b. download http://github.com/tommorris/rena/tarball/new and open
> 3. run: rake dependencies
> (this is a task to make sure your system has all the relevant Ruby gems to
> 4. run: rake spec
> (this runs all the tests)
> Contributing is easy - you can either send me patchfiles, or use
> Git[1]. If you actively work on the project, I'll send you a Github
> invite to make it easier to work on the code base.
> Eventually, I'd like to turn these humble beginnings into a Gem and
> put it on Rubyforge.
> [1] see http://drnicwilliams.com/2008/02/03/using-git-within-a-team/
> and http://b.lesseverything.com/2008/3/25/got-git-howto-git-and-github
> Yours,
> --
> Tom Morris
> http://tommorris.org/
Received on Monday, 7 April 2008 15:40:27 UTC

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