[rdfweb-dev] parser pragmatics: Redland 4 win, Raptor in PHP?
Jan.Grant at bristol.ac.uk
Wed Jul 21 09:56:30 UTC 2004
On Wed, 21 Jul 2004, Julian Bond wrote:
> Dave Beckett <dave.beckett at bristol.ac.uk> wrote:
>> 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.
> expat.dll ships with php. libxml seems to be compiled into the dom extension.
>> 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
> Has anyone got experience of doing this with cygwin? I'm curious to know if
> you'd need a complete php build environment or just enough to build the
If you want persistence (via BDB) you will probably have to look closely
at the sleepycat license. I'm pretty certain last time I checked that
shipping binaries of their stuff isn't on; could be wrong though, so if
this is wrong please speak up.
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