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serdi: Read and write RDF syntax
SYNOPSISserdi [OPTION]... INPUT BASE_URI
Fast bulk output for large serialisations.
- -c PREFIX
Chop PREFIX from matching blank node IDs.
Eat input one character at a time, rather than a page at a time which is the
default. This is useful when reading from a pipe since output will be
generated immediately as input arrives, rather than waiting until an entire
page of input has arrived. With this option serdi uses one page less memory,
but will likely be significantly slower.
Keep full URIs in input (don't qualify).
Print the command line options.
- -i SYNTAX
Read input in SYNTAX (`turtle' or `ntriples').
- -o SYNTAX
Write output in SYNTAX (`turtle' or `ntriples').
- -p PREFIX
Add PREFIX to blank node IDs.
- -r ROOT_URI
Keep relative URIs within ROOT_URI.
- -s INPUT
Parse INPUT as a string (terminates options).
Display version information and exit.
AUTHORSerdi was written by David Robillard <firstname.lastname@example.org>
COPYRIGHTCopyright © 2011-2012 David Robillard.
This is free software; you are free to change and redistribute it.
There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.
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