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Re: SPARQL & memory use

From: Danny Ayers <danny.ayers@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 8 Feb 2010 04:20:02 +0100
Message-ID: <1f2ed5cd1002071920t29733ef8mce44d1569bc9a7d2@mail.gmail.com>
To: Taylor Cowan <taylor_cowan@yahoo.com>
Cc: Semantic Web <semantic-web@w3.org>
Qualification - and suggestions welcome.


For the first draft I did some hacky rubbish as a pointy go there
thing (someone please remind me of the word) then Reto saw it and said
he had a standard jaxrs implementation that would do the trick.
Personally I've never got my head around annotations, but look at


not without difficulties for me - I had to look up dodgy old code to
find a model.toString, the media type is at the top level, so my code
is broken...

much more fun than PHP

Perl, eat your babies

On 8 February 2010 04:05, Danny Ayers <danny.ayers@gmail.com> wrote:
> I really really rate using Scala against the Jena libs - the syntax is
> so much quicker and more fun.
> I've only got as far as maybe Chapter 2 in my Scala book, not using it
> to anything like it's potential, but you can bang something out in 5
> lines of code that would take forever in Java.
> Mind you, I had a big deja vu thing over dumping a model into a string
> - write here and gobble there stuff and unicode ain't guaranteed.
> But I'd like to tickle the Jena guys on that one - model.toString
> ...and!
> Andy, you must have the code for this down right, jumping around to
> see if it's an ASK DESCRIBE SELECT CONSTRUCT - bleah! It's a bloody
> query!
> Christ knows what happens with 1.1.
> Think I better polish up my LISP.
> On 8 February 2010 03:48, Taylor Cowan <taylor_cowan@yahoo.com> wrote:
>> Yep, I found what I was looking for:
>>   model = ModelFactory.createDefaultModel()
>> No inferencing there.
>> I see what you mean about scala, wow. that's pretty terse compared to my java projects.  I'm betting Andy or jeremy will see this, but you should post to the jena group too.
>> Taylor

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