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ANNOUNCEMENT: Redland librdf Language Bindings

From: Dave Beckett <dave@dajobe.org>
Date: Tue, 08 Feb 2011 09:34:30 -0800
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To: 'Semantic Web' <semantic-web@w3.org>
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	    Redland librdf Language Bindings

Redland librdf is a Free Software / Open Source C library that
provides a high-level API for the Resource Description Framework
(RDF) allowing the RDF graph to be parsed, serialized, stored,
queried and manipulated.  Redland librdf implements each of the RDF
concepts in its own class via an object based API, reflected into
language bindings in Perl, PHP, Python and Ruby provided by this

This is the first release of language bindings for Redland librdf
1.0.13.  Redland librdf 1.0.13 must be installed before the bindings
can be used.  The Redland releases can be found at http://librdf.org/

The main changes in this version since the last release 2010-07-27 are:
  * Synchronise with Redland 1.0.13
  * Requires Redland 1.0.13, Rasqal 0.9.25 and Raptor 2.0.0 or newer.
  * Improved configuration of installing Perl, Python and Ruby for packagers
  * Several Python binding fixes and changes to make the API more Pythonic
  * Several Ruby binding fixes
  * Fixed Issues #0000390, #0000398, #0000401, #0000403, #0000411,
    #0000412 and #0000413.

For full details see the Redland Language Bindings release notes at

Binary deb packages for Debian unstable will be made available
shortly via the standard debian archive and download.librdf.org.

The http://librdf.org/ site lets you browse and check out the latest
version of the sources in GIT and try out the language bindings in
various Redland librdf demos such as Triplr http://triplr.org/

For more information on Redland, librdf, Raptor or Rasqal please join
the redland-dev list by visiting http://librdf.org/lists/
or visit IRC channel #redland on irc.freenode.net

Issues should be reported to http://bugs.librdf.org/

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