Parse the contents of a file into a model

Description

The contents of a the specified file are read and parsed into the initialized Parser object

Usage

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parseFileIntoModel(.Object, world, filePath, model, ...)

## S4 method for signature 'Parser,World,character,Model'
parseFileIntoModel(.Object, world,
  filePath, model, baseUri = as.character(NA))

Arguments

.Object

a Parser object

world

a World object

filePath

a file that contains the RDF content

model

a Model object to parse the RDF content into

...

(Additional parameters)

baseUri

a base URI (i.e. XML base) to apply to the model

Details

The parser factory name specified during initialization determines how the content is parsed, for example, if 'rdfxml' was specified during parser initialization, then the parser expects RDF/XML content as specified in the W3C recommendation (http://www.we3.org/TR/REC-rdf-syntax)

Examples

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world <- new("World")
storage <- new("Storage", world, "hashes", name="", options="hash-type='memory'")
model <- new("Model", world, storage, options="")
# Create the default "rdfxml" parser
parser <- new("Parser", world)
filePath <- system.file("extdata/example.rdf", package="redland")
parseFileIntoModel(parser, world, filePath, model)

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