I was testing RDFLib using WinPython. Just to see if it works I quickly ran Jeni Tennison's tutorial source code. While almost everything worked ok, there seems to be an error with the RDFLib 3.2.3 version (which apparently is the only one I can run with WinPython):

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "D:\test\pytest\get-names-and-emails.py", line 40, in <module>
graph.parse(rdflib.StringInputSource(content), format="nt")
AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'StringInputSource'

If I try to parse the content directly I will get the error described here: rdflib troubles. How should I parse the code using RDFLib 3.2.3 so that I will not get the BAD URL error described in the other forum post? Configuration is Windows 7, 64 bytes, WinPython 0.11 Python 2.7.3.3. and Python 3.3.0.0. - 64 bytes

asked 22 Feb '13, 13:43

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edited 22 Feb '13, 13:44


Any RDFLib version >3 should work fine on windows.

Just replacing rdflib.StringInputSource(content) with data=content, like this:

graph.parse(data=content, format='nt')
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answered 22 Feb '13, 13:54

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It worked. Thanks!

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