Ithaca, NY, Boston, MA Paul Gearon, Technical Lead and Developer, DuraSpace, has announced the release of Mulgara 2.1.5—a scalable semantic database written entirely in Java. Download Mulgara from:
Some of the improvements in this release include:
• Results are no longer distinct by default, thereby following SPARQL requirements. TQL also has a new NONDISTINCT keyword.
• UNION operations are significantly optimized for results with duplicates.
• The Prefix resolver can now be used on strings as well as URIs. This has limited application, due to case sensitivity, but is significantly faster than the equivalent filter.
For the full list of updates, please see the release notes and
documentation for details.
Release notes: http://mulgara.org/release.html#v2.1.5
Please pound on it, and let us know if something breaks. You can get in touch with via the mailing lists, or submit a report to the bug tracker: http://mulgara.org/trac/report