Re: [easyRDF]pb with the converter

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Nicholas Humfrey

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Jul 11, 2016, 5:31:24 AM7/11/16
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Hi Sébastien,

It looks like there is a problem with the text input area on the
converter.
This has probably been broken since I moved it to a new server.

I will take a look and try and get it fixed.

Note that EasyRDf does not support fetching from file:// URIs.


nick.


On 2016-07-08 18:21, sebastien letort wrote:
> Hi,
>
> <context>
> I'm starting with RDF (turtle) and I have difficulty to understand how
> to code the IRI for a local file. This should be something like
> file://myserveur.org/path/to/file.ext.
> </context>
>
> I tried the Converter that use easyRDF but I got an error.
>
> Input :
> file://server.org/path/test.rdf
> a foaf:Document
> .
>
> Error : Error! $resource should be either IRI, blank-node identifier
> or EasyRdf_Resource. got empty string
>
> So I supposed I mispelled my IRI.
> I tried with a w3.org example and got the same error.
>
> Input :
> https://www.w3.org/People/Eric/ericP-foaf.rdf (copy paste of the rdf
> content file)
> Error : Error! $resource should be either IRI, blank-node identifier
> or EasyRdf_Resource. got empty string
>
>
> Input :
> https://www.w3.org/People/Eric/ericP-foaf.rdf (using URI)
> Output : (in turtle) someting that looks ok to me
>
> Input : the turtle output from previous run
> Error : Error! $resource should be either IRI, blank-node identifier
> or EasyRdf_Resource. got empty string
>
> anytime I used an IRI as an entity I got the error.
> So, is there an error in the input data ? in the library ?
>
> Sébastien L.

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