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From stain <>
Subject [GitHub] commons-rdf issue #30: COMMONSRDF-51 language tags compared lower case
Date Thu, 26 Jan 2017 14:44:58 GMT
Github user stain commented on the issue:
    Thanks @afs , that makes sense, `JenaGraphImpl` was indeed using `graph.delete()`. 
    I have fixed in both `JenaGraphImpl` and `JenaDatasetImpl`.  See comment - do you think
there is much performance gain from not splitting into pattern but passing the original Jena
Triple (safe only when there's no Literal object with langtag) - or shall we always use the
    (e.g. would Jena TDB do things like get an internal Triple row ID out of the jena `Triple`
for faster delete?)
    I added tests for Dataset that reveals that statements in default graph come back from
Jena in the named graph `<urn:x-arq:DefaultGraph>` - that's a separate bug in `JenaDatasetImpl`
and the converters - we should represent that always as `Optional.empty()` in Commons RDF

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