[redland-dev] redland on .NET
victor at schemaweb.info
Fri Jul 29 07:28:27 BST 2005
Make sure the the unmanaged DLLs are in your application directory or
your system32 directory.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: redland-dev-bounces at lists.librdf.org
> [mailto:redland-dev-bounces at lists.librdf.org] On Behalf Of Pablo
> Sent: 29 July 2005 00:57
> To: John C Barstow; redland-dev at lists.librdf.org
> Subject: Re: [redland-dev] redland on .NET
> On 7/28/05, John C Barstow <jbowtie at amathaine.com> wrote:
> > Hi, Pablo.
> > The Redland.NET.dll is the only managed assembly; it calls into the
> > other ones (which it is wrapping with a C# binding).
> > So, you only need to add a reference to the Redland.NET.dll.
> > There are several C# examples in the redland-bindings
> source code and
> > some documentation of the classes is available on the
> redland website.
> > The C# bindings probably need updating at some point as they are not
> > generated by SWIG like the other bindings are.
> > --
> > John C Barstow
> Great! thanks.
> Your mail arrives at a great moment, I'm trying some RDF parsers but
> Redland is the best option, given that i get it to work.
> I still have some problems when executing, I'm getting the
> following error:
> System.TypeInitializationException: The type initializer for
> "Redland.Redland" threw an exception. --->
> System.DllNotFoundException: Unable to load DLL (librdf).
> at Redland.World.librdf_new_world()
> I will keep trying , but I would appreciate some hints if
> somebody knows.
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