Release Notes: This version supports Redland librdf 1.0.14 with minor fixes for several languages including Perl Unicode fixes, PHP logging and error handling enhancements, and Python fixes to allow subclassing.
Release Notes: Updated to support Redland 1.0.13, which requires Rasqal 0.9.25 and Raptor 2.0.0 or newer. Improved configuration of installing Perl, Python, and Ruby for packagers. Several Python binding fixes and changes to make the API more Pythonic. Several other fixes for Ruby and other bindings.
Release Notes: This release synchronises with Redland 1.0.11, makes minor bug fixes to the Python binding for linking, and adds an experimental Lua binding.
Release Notes: The bindings were updated for Redland 1.0.10. Fixes were made to make the PHP bindings link. Configuring improvements were made for the Python bindings. Several other minor fixes were made to the Ruby bindings.
Release Notes: The language bindings were updated to use the Redland 1.0.8 API. The configuration now prefers pkg-config, which helps Mac OS X linking problems. Minor fixes were made to the Perl, Python, and Ruby bindings.
Release Notes: All the bindings were synchronised with the Redland RDF Library release 1.0.7. The deprecated Tcl, Java, and C# bindings were removed. Exception throwing was added to the PHP binding, and URI filtering added to the Python parser API.
Release Notes: All the bindings were synchronised with the Redland RDF Library release 1.0.6, adding a transactions API. Many updates and fixes were made to the Python and Ruby bindings, and other bugs were also fixed.
Release Notes: The language bindings were synchronized with Redland 1.0.5. Many updates were made to the Ruby binding. There were several updates to the C#, Java, and Python bindings, plus other smaller fixes.
Release Notes: Synchronised with Redland 1.0.4. Minor fixes in several language bindings.
Release Notes: The bindings were updated to synchronize with Redland 1.0.3. The Python and Ruby bindings had many issues fixed and improvements made. Multiple fixes were made to the other binding languages.