Of course one release candidate is not enough so here comes the second one. An improved N-Quads parser can now handle multi-line literals; the header xmls.h has been renamed to the more in align with standards xsd.h; we have a new friend in Soprano::Vocabulary: Xesam, the freedesktop.org metadata ontology.
Finally Soprano 2 has reached release candidate status. This release fixes a bug in the full text index and introduces a new serialization including parser and serializer plugins: N-Quads, a trivial extension of N-Triples with context support. Also sopranocmd now supports two new commands: 'import' and 'export'.
Beta4 just fixes a compilation issue with beta3. If you had no problems with beta3, then you can ignore this update.
Beta 3 brings a lot of bugfixes and little improvements over the silent beta 2 such as a Trig parser based on a recent version of raptor. We are close to a final release now.
The Soprano team is proud to present the first preview release of the next generation of Soprano, the object-oriented RDF framework. A lot of effort and work has gone into Soprano 2 and the result is a highly usable and intuitive API that fulfills all your RDF needs.
Soprano is an object-oriented RDF framework written entirely in C++/QT4. It is targetted at applications that need RDF data storage on the desktop.