On Wed, 2011-02-23 at 22:35 +0000, Chris Cannam wrote:
They're all in my LAD meta-repository:
All the usual disclaimers about unreleased software apply.
> I have a library (Dataquay,
More implementation alternatives for working with that "micro-stack"
would be great, it's a good one...
> For my purposes, Dataquay using librdf is fine -- I can configure it
You can compile a far more lightweight librdf yourself, but, well, users
don't, nor should they have to. That said, sure, it's still a good
option sometimes, but I am shooting for an extremely low barrier of
entry. Small C libraries with no dependencies are an easy sell, because
they're not a pain in anyone's ass.
The sord API is vaguely reminiscent of the specific subset of the librdf
API I needed at the time, but I made it as part of a hyper pragmatic
mission to get a Redland-free SLV2, not a librdf replacement in general.
The API probably still needs a bit of polish. In other words, I'm not
pitching Sord as a viable Redland replacement in general (nor is making
it one a priority), but if you're just interested in Turtle + in-memory
model, it may be. Let me know what you think.
> I've considered doing LV2 as a simple example case for Dataquay, but
So don't engage in it. Virtually all such nonsense on here is nothing
but the peanut gallery. Mentioning what you plan to do here before doing
it is usually not a good idea (dumbass on mailing list hinders progress,
film at eleven). Don't let L-A-D deter you from working on LV2 things.
If you need useful feedback before proceeding, the LV2 mailing list
or IRC channel (#lv2 on
irc.freenode.net) are productive, on-topic, flame-free venues for LV2
related discussion/coordination. You can of course also just work
directly with another host/plugin author, which is typical, and is why
most of the LV2 noise here is just that.
Anyway, as for that simple example, a Qt based LV2 host based on a new
RDF stack would be great to see. It's a useful real-world example. I
don't know exactly how a flame against writing that would go, but I do
know it would be painfully stupid, and not worth your attention. Anchors
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