A bit of a premature announcement, but I've been putting together a bundle for a special OWL syntax I use. If there really is a significant semantic web TextMate community, look for a paper on text- editor-compatible OWL syntax at OWL-ED this year.
On 7 Feb 2007, at 22:13, Kendall Clark wrote:
On Feb 7, 2007, at 4:54 PM, Philip Cooper wrote:
I have a new bundle I have written for N3/Turtle. I saw a request in for RDF so I suspect there is a fellow semantic webster out here somewhere. I have pretty good syntax highlighting although it is pretty much the turtle subset of N3 right now...re:
Ah, this is great news. Since I started using TM, I only keep Emacs around for the really bad N3 mode, since I end up writing a fair bit of N3 by hand (alas).
I was pretty unsatisfied with the only emacs mode out there:
This bundle also has the ability to become the basis for a SPARQL bundle as that is also based on the N3 syntax.
Well, sorta-kinda. SPARQL graph patterns are pretty much the Turtle subset of N3, but the rest of it is more SQLish, so you may be able to lift bits from the SQL bundle. At any rate, a SPARQL bundle for TM is a Very Good Thing. :>
Anyway, just looking for anyone else interested in N3 or any bundle dev advice in general as this is a new platform for me after a long emacs relationship.
I'd love to use yr new bundle; is it available yet?
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