I have Python 3.3 on OSX Lion. I tried installing rdflib but was unsuccessful. Is there a list somewhere of RDF tools that work with Python 3.x


asked 06 Jan '13, 02:47

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Monika Solanki
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edited 06 Jan '13, 02:47


RDFLib (in its latest version) is supposed to work with Python 3. I do not use Python 3 yet, so I cannot check it myself, but you should report the RDFlib community in case you have hit problems; the community is fairly active and I am sure they will help you.

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answered 08 Jan '13, 04:58

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Thanks Ivan, before posting here, I tried sending many emails to the rdflib-dev group on google groups. Although I have joined the group, my emails kept bouncing back. I will try there again.

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