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RE: Trix tools

From: James Carlyle <james.carlyle@takepart.com>
Date: Fri, 26 Mar 2004 14:50:34 -0000
To: "'Jeremy Carroll'" <jjc@hplb.hpl.hp.com>
Cc: <www-rdf-interest@w3.org>
Message-ID: <000201c41341$b353ebc0$8119fea9@mary>

Jeremy

> More positively,
> 
> jena.rdfcompare [1]
> 
> can read two N-triples files and tell you whether they are 
> the same or not. It implements graph equivalence as defined 
> by RDF Concepts.

Thanks.  I'll use this.

I have the mid-term goal of reworking the stylesheet to produce Trix
from RDF/XML instead of N-Triples.  But I need to know that the
stylesheet is still compatible with the final recommendation, to the
extent that it was [1] when I last ran the tests in March 2003.

James
http://semanticplanet.com

[1] It failed the positive tests rdf-charmod-literals and
rdfms-xml-literal-namespaces, because of the difficulty of converting to
escaped unicode sequences in XSLT, and of writing out insignificant
whitespace correctly in XML literals.
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