On Thu, 2005-08-25 at 14:32 -0400, Gary Poster wrote:
> > see what he thinks. I wonder how "lite" the component kernel can go.
> The only thing I have in mind is the interface package, which is what
> Twisted uses. That's all we would need. zope.component needs
> zope.interface, zope.testing, and zope.exceptions, according to its
Right. Well in this case we would provide just a very simple interface
facade that had no effect when run in an environment with no
zope.interface (ie, catch the ImportError, null-out the facade) or hook
into zope.interface if it is available. This way rdflib can be still be
used with or without zope.interface.
> > In the mean time the adapters can live inside Zemantic, which is an
> > rdflib to zope bridge anyway. Let me know if you want to send
> > patches,
> > otherwise I'll probably get around to adding functionality like this
> > soon.
> I'm actually interested in trying to hook this up, but have very
> limited time. I might play with it just within RDFLib alone during
> some hobby time tonight, but otherwise may need to toss this off to
> you if you'll catch it.
> I also kind of want to hear Dan's reaction before I spend too much time.
#redfoot on freenode is a good place to catch him, and me.
> I thought I read that an RDF triad was itself something that could be
> a node in another RDF triad, but I can't find that anywhere now. Can
> you confirm or deny? :-)
Yes, it's called reification, making a statement about a statement.
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