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README.md

XTriples

A generic webservice to extract RDF statements from XML resources.

Check out the demo and documentation at http://xtriples.spatialhumanities.de

With this webservice you can crawl XML repositories and extract RDF statements using a simple configuration based on XPATH expressions.

Structure of the XTriples webservice

This repository contains the source code of the XTriples webservice.

The webservice is distributed as a single .xar file, which can be installed into an eXist-db instance via the package manager.

You can download the latest version right here: http://download.spatialhumanities.de/ibr/xtriples-1.3.0.xar

Read the documentation on how to setup your own instance of XTriples: http://xtriples.spatialhumanities.de/documentation.html#setup

Building

To build the .xar yourself, you need to have Apache Ant installed. Alternatively you can use the Ant version which comes with eXist-db (call build.sh/build.bat from the eXist-db directory).

Clone this repository to a local directory:

git clone https://github.com/spatialhumanities/xtriples.git xtriples

Change into the created directory and call

ant

This should create a .xar file in the build directory.

Credits

Released under MIT license. @author: Torsten Schrade (@metacontext)