Redland RDF library 1.0.5 reviewDownload
Redland RDF library is a set of free software packages that provide support for the Resource Description Framework (RDF).
Here are some key features of "Redland RDF library":
Modular, object based libraries written in C.
APIs for manipulating the RDF graph, triples, URIs and Literals.
Triple sequences for efficient streaming.
Parsers and Serializers for reading and writing RDF as RDF/XML, N-Triples and Turtle Terse RDF Triple Language syntaxes via the Raptor RDF Parser Toolkit.
Storage for graphs in memory, with Sleepycat/Berkeley DB, MySQL 3/4, AKT Triplestore, SQLite, files or URIs.
Querying with RDQL and SPARQL using the Rasqal RDF Query Library.
Redland contexts for managing data aggregation and recording provenance.
Language Bindings in C#, Java, Obj-C, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby and Tcl via the Redland Bindings package.
Command line utility programs rdfproc (RDF), rapper (parsing) and roqet (query).
Portable, fast and with no known memory leaks.
What's New in This Release:
This release uses newer libraries for RDF Parsing (Raptor 1.4.3) and SPARQL querying (Rasqal 0.9.13), has greatly impoved SQLite storage, and allows serializing to a syntax from a triple stream.
There are many other bugfixes and minor improvements.
Redland RDF library 1.0.5 keywords