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+* Arto Bendiken <arto.bendiken@gmail.com>
+* Ben Lavender <blavender@gmail.com>
+* Gregg Kellogg <gregg@kellogg-assoc.com>
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-commit 1963c6139e1177378b38d6a5034b02fc723d154e
-Author: Pius Uzamere <pius+git@alum.mit.edu>
-Date: Thu Jul 17 00:38:59 2008 -0400
-
- the library is finally ready for other folks to start hacking on it
-
-commit f8092083d88cba2505854a02afcfd61b5866d34c
-Author: Pius Uzamere <pius+git@alum.mit.edu>
-Date: Wed Jul 16 22:51:55 2008 -0400
-
- yes! got the basic IRI parsing working
-
-commit eae9930176d41a809f9a4ed91a1a8df51e3091de
-Author: Pius Uzamere <pius+git@alum.mit.edu>
-Date: Wed Jul 16 22:18:25 2008 -0400
-
- extracted PrefixedNamesParser and added two test cases
-
-commit 40f360361ba4838b332ef19a79ca8ffa18a72dea
-Author: Pius Uzamere <pius+git@alum.mit.edu>
-Date: Wed Jul 16 02:16:17 2008 -0400
-
- more tests
-
-commit 479315f0dff0e512f1f91a05bba566c5f911141e
-Author: Pius Uzamere <pius+git@alum.mit.edu>
-Date: Wed Jul 16 01:07:42 2008 -0400
-
- added tests for the Variables grammar
-
-commit 3ff183b23ad1a2aa4240aeb4bd69efa5208b9dd4
-Author: Pius Uzamere <pius+git@alum.mit.edu>
-Date: Wed Jul 16 00:44:03 2008 -0400
-
- modularized the SPARQL grammars
-
-commit afbb205d065dc58430bf668ffd55a670d0b238d8
-Author: Pius Uzamere <pius+git@alum.mit.edu>
-Date: Tue Jul 15 22:59:20 2008 -0400
-
- added support for more complex SELECT statements
-
-commit 9f21cbea56123bb0ee735353feb7a8c43202c624
-Author: Pius Uzamere <pius+git@alum.mit.edu>
-Date: Tue Jul 15 20:30:39 2008 -0400
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-Date: Tue Jul 15 20:27:47 2008 -0400
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-Date: Tue Jul 15 15:11:10 2008 -0400
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-Date: Tue Jul 15 10:55:45 2008 -0400
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-Date: Tue Jul 15 10:07:28 2008 -0400
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-Date: Tue Jul 15 10:04:27 2008 -0400
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+source 'http://rubygems.org'
+
+# Include non-released gems first
+gem 'addressable', '2.2.4'
+gem 'rdf', :git => "https://github.com/gkellogg/rdf.git", :branch => "type-check-mixin"
+gem 'rdf-n3', :git => "https://github.com/gkellogg/rdf-n3.git", :require => "rdf/n3"
+gem 'rdf-rdfa', :git => "https://github.com/gkellogg/rdf-rdfa.git", :require => "rdf/rdfa"
+gem 'rdf-rdfxml', :git => "https://github.com/gkellogg/rdf-rdfxml.git", :require => "rdf/rdfxml"
+gem 'linkeddata', :git => "https://github.com/gkellogg/linkeddata.git", :branch => "0.4.x", :require => "rdf/rdfxml"
+gem 'sxp', '>= 0.0.5'
+gem 'sparql-client', :git => "https://github.com/gkellogg/sparql-client.git", :branch => "0.4.x", :require => 'sparql/client'
+gem 'sparql-algebra', :git => "https://github.com/gkellogg/sparql-algebra.git", :require => 'sparql/algebra'
+gem 'sparql-grammar', :git => "https://github.com/gkellogg/sparql-grammar.git", :require => 'sparql/grammar'
+
+# Bundle gems for the local environment. Make sure to
+# put test-only gems in this group so their generators
+# and rake tasks are available in development mode:
+group :development, :test do
+ gem 'shotgun'
+ gem 'rdf-isomorphic', '>= 0.3.4', :require => 'rdf/isomorphic'
+ gem 'spira', '>= 0.0.12'
+end
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-sparql Release 0.0.1 (July 17th 2008)
-===================================
-
-**Git**: [http://github.com/pius/sparql](http://github.com/pius/sparql)
-**Author**: Pius Uzamere, [The Uyiosa Corporation](http://www.uyiosa.com)
-
-**Copyright**: Pius Uzamere © 2008
-**License**: The Lesser GNU Public License
-
-
-SYNOPSIS
---------
-
-sparql is a library for Ruby that formally implements the [SPARQL grammar](http://www.w3.org/TR/rdf-sparql-query/#grammar) as a parsing expression grammar (PEG). The grammar is implemented in a fantastic syntax language called [Treetop](http://treetop.rubyforge.org).
-
-
-FEATURE LIST
-------------
-
-1. **As of right now (00:10 EST, July 17, 2008) can parse basic SPARQL statements, check the test cases for precisely what it can support**: When finished, this library will be able to parse arbitrary SPARQL queries and can serve as a maintainable reference implementation in Ruby.
-
-2. **Starting point for providing SPARQL endpoints for arbitrary datastores**: When completed, this library will provide hooks that allow a Ruby developer to easily define a translation from SPARQL to another query language or API of their choosing. Ideally, this will be done using a simple YAML configuration file.
-
-3. **Fully Composable**: Because parsing expression grammars are closed under composition, you can compose this grammar with other Treetop grammars with relative ease.
-
-
-USAGE
------
-
-Though this library only parses a small subset of SPARQL and I've not added all of the API methods yet, it **is** ready to start playing with.
-
-1. **Install the Gem**
-
-Make sure you've upgraded to RubyGems 1.2. Then, if you've never installed a gem from GitHub before then do this:
-
- > gem sources -a http://gems.github.com (you only have to do this once)
-
-Then:
-
- > sudo gem install pius-sparql
-
-2. **Make Sure You've Got the Dependencies installed**
-
-sparql depends on Treetop (http://github.com/nathansobo/treetop).
-
- > sudo gem install treetop
-
-3. **Require the gem in your code, play with it**
-
-As of this minute, the code won't be that useful to you, as it can only parse a small subset of SPARQL and the translation hooks have not been added yet. That being said, stay tuned. I think development on this is going to move fairly quickly because Treetop is such a joy to write the PEG in.
-
-Anyway, you can get started by doing the following in IRB.
-
- > irb(main):001:0> require 'rubygems'
-
- > => true
-
- > irb(main):002:0> gem 'pius-sparql'
-
- > => true
-
- > irb(main):003:0> require 'sparql'
-
- > => true
-
- > irb(main):004:0> parser = SparqlParser.new
-
- > => #SparqlParser:0x1270bcc @consume_all_input=true
-
- > irb(main):005:0> syntaxtree = parser.parse('SELECT ?foo ?bar WHERE { ?x foaf:knows ?y . ?z foaf:name ?y . }')
-
-
-4. **Read the documentation**
-
-Actually, read the tests -- they will show you the forms that are supported. Take a look at lib/sparql/sparql.treetop and get a sense of the grammar. In addition, check out the [formal specification of the SPARQL grammar](http://www.w3.org/TR/rdf-sparql-query/#grammar) so you can see how the Treetop grammar relates to it.
-
-5. **Contribute!**
-
-Fork my repository (http://github.com/pius/sparql), make some changes, and send along a pull request!
-
-The best way to contribute is to add a test case for a specific SPARQL query that does not parse and then tweak the grammar such that your new test case plus all the others pass.
-
-
-COPYRIGHT
----------
-
-sparql was created in 2008 by Pius Uzamere (pius -AT- alum -DOT- mit -DOT- edu) and is
-licensed under the LGPL.
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+SPARQL for RDF.rb
+==================================
+
+This gem combines several other gems to create a complete [Ruby][] [SPARQL 1.0][] solution
+using [RDF.rb][].
+
+Features
+--------
+
+* 100% free and unencumbered [public domain](http://unlicense.org/) software.
+* [SPARQL 1.0][] query parsing and execution
+* SPARQL results as XML or JSON.
+* SPARQL Client for accessing remote SPARQL endpoints.
+* Compatible with Ruby 1.8.7+, Ruby 1.9.x, and JRuby 1.4/1.5.
+* Supports Unicode query strings both on Ruby 1.8.x and 1.9.x.
+
+Examples
+--------
+
+ require 'rubygems'
+ require 'sparql'
+
+Documentation
+-------------
+
+<http://sparql.rubyforge.org>
+
+* {SPARQL}
+ * {SPARQL::Grammar}
+ * {SPARQL::Algebra}
+ * {SPARQL::Client}
+
+Dependencies
+------------
+
+* [Ruby](http://ruby-lang.org/) (>= 1.8.7) or (>= 1.8.1 with [Backports][])
+* [RDF.rb](http://rubygems.org/gems/rdf) (>= 0.4.0)
+* [SPARQL::Algebra](https://rubygems.org/gems/sparql-algebra) (>= 0.0.7)
+* [SPARQL::Client](https://rubygems.org/gems/sparql-client) (>= 0.0.10)
+* [SPARQL::Grammar](https://rubygems.org/gems/sparql-grammar) (>= 0.0.5)
+* [SXP](https://rubygems.org/gems/sxp) (>= 0.0.15)
+
+Installation
+------------
+
+The recommended installation method is via [RubyGems](http://rubygems.org/).
+To install the latest official release of the `SPARQL` gem, do:
+
+ % [sudo] gem install sparql
+
+Download
+--------
+
+To get a local working copy of the development repository, do:
+
+ % git clone git://github.com/gkellogg/sparql.git
+
+Mailing List
+------------
+
+* <http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-rdf-ruby/>
+
+Author
+------
+
+* [Arto Bendiken](http://github.com/bendiken) - <http://ar.to/>
+* [Ben Lavender](http://github.com/bhuga) - <http://bhuga.net/>
+* [Gregg Kellogg](http://github.com/gkellogg) - <http://kellogg-assoc.com/>
+* [Pius Uzamere](http://github.com/pius) - <http://pius.me/>
+
+
+Contributing
+------------
+
+* Do your best to adhere to the existing coding conventions and idioms.
+* Don't use hard tabs, and don't leave trailing whitespace on any line.
+* Do document every method you add using [YARD][] annotations. Read the
+ [tutorial][YARD-GS] or just look at the existing code for examples.
+* Don't touch the `.gemspec`, `VERSION` or `AUTHORS` files. If you need to
+ change them, do so on your private branch only.
+* Do feel free to add yourself to the `CREDITS` file and the corresponding
+ list in the the `README`. Alphabetical order applies.
+* Do note that in order for us to merge any non-trivial changes (as a rule
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+ explicit [public domain dedication][PDD] on record from you.
+
+License
+-------
+
+This is free and unencumbered public domain software. For more information,
+see <http://unlicense.org/> or the accompanying {file:UNLICENSE} file.
+
+[Ruby]: http://ruby-lang.org/
+[RDF]: http://www.w3.org/RDF/
+[SPARQL]: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SPARQL
+[SPARQL 1.0]: http://www.w3.org/TR/rdf-sparql-query/
+[SPARQL 1.1]: http://www.w3.org/TR/sparql11-query/
+[SSE]: http://openjena.org/wiki/SSE
+[SXP]: http://sxp.rubyforge.org/
+[grammar]: http://www.w3.org/TR/rdf-sparql-query/#grammar
+[RDF.rb]: http://rdf.rubyforge.org/
+[YARD]: http://yardoc.org/
+[YARD-GS]: http://rubydoc.info/docs/yard/file/docs/GettingStarted.md
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+[Backports]: http://rubygems.org/gems/backports
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