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version 0.1.7 on Jan 9th, 2014

ASQC provides a simple command-line SPARQL query client.

The intent is that this client can be used in Unix-style pipeline operations to perform sequences of query operations that pass information as RDF (from CONSTRUCT queries) or variable bindings (from SELECT queries).

== Installation ==

Assumes Python 2.7 installed; not yet tested with other versions. Also not yet tested on systems other than Linux or MacOS.

Installation is from the Python Package Index (PyPI - http://pypi.python.org/pypi):

pip install asqc

See the project page at github for more details.

== Documentation ==

Right now, there's not much. After installation, type:

asq --help

for a usage summary, or see the example queries.

== Examples ==

The package includes a small number of sample queries. See the project page at github for more details.

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Last updated Jan 9th, 2014

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