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last updated at 2003-10-30 16:55
do any RDF query languages have support for XML sub-queries in XML literals?
bijan: Not that I know of, but it's high on my list. It's a tricky tricky issue.
bijan: Though, it should be easy to add as a set of builtins to CWM's N3.
bitsko: The reason for asking this specific question is related to an "RDF data model vs. XML data model" discussion, where it was pointed out that certain forms of [meta]data are embedded in document markup and are not "visible" to RDF queries but are visible to XML queries.
DanC: mnot played with xpath built-ins for cwm
reagleBRKLN: Can Perl's Parrot execute Python bytecode faster than the python interpreter?
bitsko: Funny, I agree on every point heading, but the architecture sucks. Outside of a "central server", every point can be served with RDF.
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danbri: A candidate for using rdf-ical or rss1+events...?
danbri: From ongoing IRC discussion in #deanspace (
danbri: Nearby, RSS1 event module, rdf calendar.
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