[rdfweb-dev] parser pragmatics: Redland 4 win, Raptor in PHP?
burningbird at gmail.com
Wed Jul 21 04:03:32 UTC 2004
Gmail conversations absolutely suck when it comes to discussion group emails.
As did not get sent to the group, am resending:
I'll give this a try. It's the least I can do for coming into this
party late, and asking where the beer is.
Be nice to contribute to one of these shindigs anyway.I have a fairly
good idea what needs to be included, but I may not have it for a
couple of days. If someone gets this done sooner, don't hold that
t-shirt and beer for me.
Well, maybe one bottle.
On Tue, 20 Jul 2004 22:27:59 -0500, Shelley Powers
<burningbird at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'll give this a try. It's the least I can do for coming into this
> party late, and asking where the beer is.
> Be nice to contribute to one of these shindigs anyway.I have a fairly
> good idea what needs to be included, but I may not have it for a
> couple of days. If someone gets this done sooner, don't hold that
> t-shirt and beer for me.
> Well, maybe one bottle.
> On Tue, 20 Jul 2004 23:41:37 +0100, Dave Beckett
> <dave.beckett at bristol.ac.uk> wrote:
> > On Tue, 20 Jul 2004 22:06:13 +0100
> > Julian Bond <julian_bond at voidstar.com> wrote:
> > > elijah wright <elw at stderr.org> wrote:
> > > >Julian, you seem to be the chief instigator here - what bits of
> > > >raptor/redland do you want built? bindings requests?
> > That's not hard. Raptor and redland have been built by individuals
> > and shipped inside windows products. Raptor's is inside RDF Gateway
> > for example. Redland's is in win32 builds of w3c's amaya or
> > annotea, I forget which. I've accepted patches for win32 fixes for
> > compiling with Visual Studio 6, the latest were last month. There
> > are very few unixisms in either, and for example, raptor has good win32
> > file: URI support.
> > (cygwin is out of scope for this discussion.)
> > > Enough to call it from php. Which I think means a php extension dll
> > > with enough supporting dlls for it to work.
> > I expect you can compile it statically. You do need an XML parser
> > somewhere. From what I see, you need a shared library/dll and maybe
> > a php initialisation file to load it, set a few things up.
> > > I'm kind of assuming that I'll be able to parse a large string to a
> > > model and then query the model with PHP calls.
> > That will need redland since only it has models (RDF graphs).
> > > So that's the PHP binding, Redland, and Raptor?
> > To repeat what I've said elsewhere - I presently have no MS Visual
> > Studio licenses, MS Windows licenses or any related required software,
> > or spare computers to install that in a safe fashion (that's real
> > money needed). At this time I do not want to take this on as well
> > since the redland & related free software/open source work is the
> > priority.
> > Dave
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