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From: <helen.chen@agfa.com>
Date: Tue, 14 Oct 2008 18:21:10 -0400
To: public-semweb-lifesci@w3.org
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Upon Eric's suggestion, I am forwarding this correspondence to the list. 

Eric's code is used in COI demo, and can be accessed at 
http://www.w3.org/2008/04/SPARQLfed/

Helen


----- Forwarded by Helen Chen/AMPJB/AGFA on 10/14/2008 06:19 PM -----

Eric Prud'hommeaux <eric@w3.org> 
10/14/2008 05:55 PM

To
Helen Chen/AMPJB/AGFA@AGFA
cc
holger.stenzhorn@deri.org
Subject
Re: running SWObjects in cygwin - result output corrupted







* helen.chen@agfa.com <helen.chen@agfa.com> [2008-10-14 16:44-0400]
> Hi, Holger
> 
> I try to compile and run Eric's code in cygwin (windows XP).  Things 
went 
> well except some warnings and a part of the query results are not 
> displayed properly, see below.  I wonder if you have windows environment 

> and it has the same problem? 

That's utf-8 output. Can you make your terminal window render utf-8?
Alternatively, if you recompile with CFLAGS=-DASCII_BOX_CHARS=1 , the
box cars will be '-', '|' and '+'s.


PS. If we CC public-hcls-coi, we can share this wisdom with anyone else 
who
choses to collaborate. I didn't CC them because I don't do that without 
the
permission of those quoted, but feel free to bounce it if you wish.

> [
> /cygdrive/d/project2008/W3C/SWObjects_0.1/SQLizer.hpp:530: warning: 
> passing `flo
> at' for converting 2 of `void 
> w3c_sw::SQLizer::Join::addConstantJoinConstraint(s
> td::string, int)'
> /cygdrive/d/project2008/W3C/SWObjects_0.1/SQLizer.hpp: In member 
function 
> `void
> w3c_sw::SQLizer::SQLQuery::constrain(w3c_sw::SQLizer::AliasAttr, 
double)':
> /cygdrive/d/project2008/W3C/SWObjects_0.1/SQLizer.hpp:534: warning: 
> passing `dou
> ble' for converting 2 of `void 
> w3c_sw::SQLizer::Join::addConstantJoinConstraint(
> std::string, int)'
> tests/execute_HealthCare1 tests/query_HealthCare1.rq 
> tests/ruleMap_HealthCare1.r
> q -s http://someClinic.exampe/DB/ > HealthCare1_test.results  && cat 
> HealthCare1
> _test.results
> Results:
> 
"O"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?""?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?""?"?"?"
> ?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?""?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?
> ", _:SUBaDM ", ?PATIENT ", _:Z       ", ?FOOP       ",
> ",       -- ",       -- ", ?someTest ", ?somePerson ",
> 
"""?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"'"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"'"?"?"?"
> ?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"'"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"~
> 
> Results:
> 
"O"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?""?"?"?"?"?"?"?"
> ?"?"?"?"?"?""?"?"?"?"?"?
> ", _:SUBaDM        ", ?PATIENT    ", _:Z ",
> ", _:someTestBNode ", ?somePerson ",  -- ",
> 
"""?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"'"?"?"?"?"?"?"?"
> ?"?"?"?"?"?"'"?"?"?"?"?"~
> 
> post-rule query (SPARQL):
> SELECT ?somePerson
> WHERE
> {
>   {
>     {
>       _:ADMINISTRATION <http://someClinic.exampe/DB/Patient#name> 
> _:PATIENT_name
>  .
>     }
>     {
>       _:HAS_attr1 <http://someClinic.exampe/DB/baz#attr1> ?somePerson .
>     }
>     {
>       _:PATIENT_name <http://someClinic.exampe/DB/Names#patient> 
> ?PATIENT_gen0 .
> 
>       ?PATIENT_gen0 <http://someClinic.exampe/DB/bar#attr2> ?somePerson 
.
>     }
>     {
>       _:HAS_attr1 <http://someClinic.exampe/DB/bar#attr3> ?somePerson .
>     }
>   }
> UNION
>   {
>     {
>       _:ADMINISTRATION <http://someClinic.exampe/DB/Patient#name> 
> _:PATIENT_name
>  .
>     }
>     {
>       _:PATIENT_name <http://someClinic.exampe/DB/Names#patient> 
> ?somePerson .
>       ?somePerson <http://someClinic.exampe/DB/bar#attr2> ?FOOP_gen0 .
>     }
>   }
> }
> ]
> 

-- 
-eric

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