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From Peter Ansell <>
Subject Re: RDFa parser implementation proposal
Date Wed, 19 Dec 2012 00:07:30 GMT
Hi Lev,

I added support for Sesame to semargl and sent a Pull Request on
GitHub with the changes [1].

Once the pull request is accepted Any23 will be able to use Semargl
using the standard Rio.createParser method.

The Pull Request depends on Sesame-2.7-SNAPSHOT currently, as the
Sesame-2.7.0-beta1 that is being released today is not quite out yet.
It shouldn't be a big issue to go back to 2.6.10 if you need to do a
release before 2.7.0 is released. The only changes to the relevant
classes that I know of are additions to RDFFormat.

Any23 Devs: I have a branch open on my Any23 GitHub repository to test
support for Sesame-2.7 when it is released if you want to experiment
with it [2]. One of the biggest changes for Any23 is that the default
MIME type for N3 has been switched to "text/n3", with "text/rdf+n3"
now as an alternate MIME type. This was done to match with the latest
draft of the N3 specification.




On 19 December 2012 00:37, Lev Khomich <> wrote:
> Hello!
> As I see at Any23 passes near 50% of RDFa tests
> and project has 4+ related tickets in issue tracker.
> I've implemented such parser in java. It fully supports all related W3C
> specifications for both html4, html5, xhtml, xml and svg. It also supports
> all
> optionals such as role attribute, vocabulary expansion and processor graph
> reporting.
> If you are interested, I will be happy to provide Any23 integration.
> You can try demo at or test
> standard conformance at http://rdfa.inf/test-suite
> (with processor url specified).
> Best regards,
> Lev Khomich

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