HansBrende commented on issue #104: Any23 295: Implement ability to use librdfa
URL: https://github.com/apache/any23/pull/104#issuecomment-531068423
   @lewismc My first thought is: if the performance of this module is not as 
good as that of our current implementation, then in its current form, what is 
the added value?
   My second thought is: the benchmarks do not test the Any23 `Extractor` 
wrappers around these rdf4j parsers, only the underlying parsers themselves. 
However, in Any23's `BaseRDFExtractor`, due to a lot of bugs in the semargl 
html parser, we had to preprocess the input stream using jsoup before passing 
it into the underlying parser. I am curious as to whether or not the `librdfa` 
parser would have any of those same html parsing bugs. If _not_, if I can take 
the preprocessing logic out of `BaseRDFExtractor` and move it to the semargl 
parser specifically, and **if** the librdfa parser can still pass the entire 
test suite without using the jsoup-preprocessed stream, then there would be a 
much better case for including it (as its performance would then likely eclipse 
our current rdfa performance without the preprocessing overhead).

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