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RedStore

RedStore is a lightweight RDF triplestore written in C using the Redland library. It features SPARQL over HTTP support, an HTTP interface that is compatible with 4store, and unit tests for most of the HTTP server code. The only build dependancy is Redland.

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  •  27 Oct 2011 22:31

    Release Notes: This is the first version to have a Mac OS X GUI. It also changes the default storage type from 'memory' to 'hashes' for improved performance. There are many other minor changes and enhancements.

    •  05 Feb 2011 11:40

      Release Notes: The raptor2, rasqal, and redland libraries were updated to the latest versions. Postgres support was added to the static binary build.

      •  05 Dec 2010 15:08

        Release Notes: This release depends on Raptor 2 and the latest versions of Rasqal and Redland, giving you the latest functionality from librdf. Redstore's built-in HTML serializer was removed in favor of using Rasqal and Raptor. Various minor bugs were fixed.

        •  23 Apr 2010 09:59

          Release Notes: This release adds support for inserting or deleting triples via HTTP POST from a form. There is now support for content negotiation in response to a DELETE request. Also added is support for POSTing triples into the default graph.

          •  10 Apr 2010 09:56

            Release Notes: Improved content negotiation support was added. HTML entity escaping problems were fixed. A new Service Description page was created. A full format list was added to the query page. Support was added for selecting the query language. Support for ASK queries was added. Support was added for dumping the whole triplestore in the N-quads format.

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