(new) libserd-0-0_0~svn155-1_amd64.deb optional libs
lightweight RDF syntax library
Serd is a lightweight C library for RDF syntax which supports reading
and writing Turtle and NTriples.
Serd is not intended to be a swiss-army knife of RDF syntax, but rather
is suited to resource limited applications, or situations where a simple
reader/writer with minimal dependencies is ideal (e.g. in LV2 hosts or
* small: Serd is implemented in under 2500 lines1 of standard C code.
* portable and dependency-free: Serd uses only the C standard library,
and has no external dependencies, making it a lightweight dependency
in every sense.
* fast and lightweight: Serd (and the included serdi tool) can be used
to stream abbreviated Turtle (unlike many other tools which can not
stream since they must first build an internal model to abbreviate).
In other words, Serd can re-serialise an unbounded amount of Turtle
using a fixed amount of memory, preserving the abbreviations in the
* conformant and well-tested: Serd is written to the Turtle, NTriples
and URI specifications, and includes a comprehensive test suite which
includes all the normative examples from the Turtle specification, all
the "normal" examples from the URI specification, and additional tests
added specifically for Serd. The test suite has over 96% code coverage
(by line), and runs with zero memory errors or leaks.
Changes: serd (0~svn155-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release:
- Re-licensed under ISC license terms, update debian/copyright.
* Move from libserd0 to libserd-0-0.
* Add patch to fix snprintf overflow (Closes: #624775).
* Refresh 1001-dont_run_ldconfig.patch.
* debian/rules: Explicitly pass --mandir to configure.
- Abort on errors.
- Append upstream versioning to the directory's name.
* Bump Standards.
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serd-dbg_0~svn155-1_amd64.deb - extra debug
serd_0~svn155-1.dsc - source libs
serdi_0~svn155-1_amd64.deb - optional text
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