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Re: SemWeb RDF C# Library version 1.0

From: M. David Peterson <m.david@xmlhacker.com>
Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2007 02:39:25 -0600
To: "Joshua Tauberer" <jt@occams.info>, "Andrew Matthews" <Andrew.Matthews@readify.net>
Cc: "semantic-web at W3C" <semantic-web@w3c.org>
Message-ID: <op.ttsvnzkcgb2xtc@m-david-petersons-computer.local>

On Mon, 11 Jun 2007 05:54:29 -0600, Joshua Tauberer <jt@occams.info> wrote:

> That's really neat and I look forward to trying it out.

I as well.  *VERY* cool!

Joshua: Firstly, thanks for all your hard work on this!

Secondly, It seems at first glance this could be the missing link in  
regards to integrating direct support for SPARQL and RDF into the  
ExtensibleForge.net/Xameleon[1] XSLT 2.0/XPath 2.0/XQuery ASP.NET web  
server (really a REST-based XML query and transformation service that uses  
XML sequence definition files to define a service at any given URI  
endpoint, but it works well as an all purpose ASP.NET web server as well  
using XSP at it's core) I've been working on.  My only concern is with the  
version of IKVM (this seems to be based on version 0.28 (which I assume is  
because that's the version that ships natively w/ Mono?)) I'm using a  
custom compiled version of Saxon on .NET using the latest IKVM.NET release  
(0.34.0.3) and while it's simple enough to run both versions side-by-side,  
for both size as well as performance reasons I would prefer to run  
everything against 0.34.0.0.

In the above regard, my question is this: How did you go about compiling  
the assembly for the SPARQL support?  Did you simply build it directly  
 from the JAR files, or did you need to build it from source?  And either  
way, were there any special build requirements that would help me in the  
build process?  Having worked with IKVM since the early, pre-release days,  
I know it can take a bit of configuration to get things to play nicely  
during the compilation process, so any info you can provide in this regard  
would be *GREATLY* appreciated.

Thanks in advance!


[1] http://extf.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/

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