Hackathon project: Update RDF::Helper
greg at evilfunhouse.com
Mon Apr 12 16:49:52 CEST 2010
On Apr 12, 2010, at 10:36 AM, Kjetil Kjernsmo wrote:
> The former is based entirely on RDF::Trine, the latter
> implements a bridge layer to RDF::Redland and RDF::Core, which is also done by
That isn't done by RDF::Trine. I only implement native stores at this point (and also a read-only SPARQL-based "store"). RDF::Query, on the other hand, does have the same sort of bridge layer and can interact with RDF::Trine, RDF::Redland, and RDF::Core. However, since RDF::Trine is always required, I've considered dropping this bridge layer and instead writing RDF::Trine store classes for Redland (and maybe RDF::Core, but honestly I'm not all that motivated to continue supporting that module).
> I think I would like to have a shortcutty high-level Moose-based module on the
> top of RDF::Trine, which neither of these are, but it seems like a waste to
> create a third such module.
> I may have some time for Moosey things tomorrow, so I could start doing
> something before the hackathon, if we could have some consensus around this.
Is there a wiki somewhere where we could consolidate the list of things we'd like to work on next week? Having a short bulleted list somewhere would help me try to keep it all straight.
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