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Re: Simple RDF parsers and in-memory stores

From: David Pratt <fairwinds@eastlink.ca>
Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2005 09:33:29 -0300
To: Jan Algermissen <jalgermissen@topicmapping.com>
Cc: semantic-web@w3.org
Message-id: <1629966A-26AE-11DA-820D-000A27B3B070@eastlink.ca>

Hi Jan. rdflib is very nice in python. Python is also a very nice 
language to work with also. There are 6 backends possibilities with a 
couple of in memory options and there are simple approaches to working 
with and serializing triples. It also has support for SPARQL if you 
need it.

Regards,
David


On Friday, September 16, 2005, at 06:27 AM, Jan Algermissen wrote:

>
> Hi,
>
> does anyone know about really simple RDF parser+storage 
> implementations? It is ok if the parser only handdles N3 or something 
> simpler (if such a format exists). The store does not need any QL 
> support.
>
> My requirement is to parse and store (in memory) small RDF 
> serializations with very limited possibilities to use libraries. Perl 
> (with standard installation libs) might be available, but maybe I only 
> bash in some cases.
>
> Doing someing simple in C and deploying the binary would propably also 
> work.
>
> Thanks for any pointers.
>
> Jan
>
> In case anybode knows:
> I recall that someone has parsed RDF with Python on a Nokia Series 60 
> phone, did that include the use of libraries or was the parser written 
> from scratch?
>
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