dave.beckett at bristol.ac.uk
Thu Jul 21 16:54:54 BST 2005
On Thu, 2005-07-21 at 17:01 +0200, Roman Bischoff wrote:
> A picture is worth 1000 words, or so.
> To have a Redland (Python) RDF class diagram as quick reference for the more
> visually oriented people would be nice.
> Is there a downloadable Redland (Python) RDF class diagram somewhere on the
> Internet? (more detailed than:
That's for the C classes in librdf, not the python binding to it.
Try the first screenful of http://librdf.org/docs/pydoc/RDF.html
which shows what pydoc worked out as the hierarchy, direct from the
source, so it's going to be correct.
> Before writing this post, I tried pynsourceGUI.exe.
> The result is not bad but not perfect either.
> The classes themselves are ok, but the associations are 'suboptimal'.
> What are your best practices to do this kind of Python visualization?
> (I don't really like the approach to first generate Java code, than load it.
> And I'm aware this is not a Redland specific question...)
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