We are pleased to announce RDF4J 2.1.3. This is a patch release, containing 9 bug fixes, including a number of usability issues in the Workbench, and some fixes in the SPARQL engine. See the RDF4J 2.1.3 release notes for details.
We are pleased to announce RDF4J 2.1.2. This is a patch release, containing 2 bug fixes. See the RDF4J 2.1.2 release notes for details.
We simultaneously released RDF4J 2.0.3, a patch release intended for project unwilling to upgrade to 2.1 at this point, and RDF4J 1.0.3, a Java 7 back-port of the latest 2.0.x release. Both releases contain the same two fixes as 2.1.2, and three additional fixes that have been carried over from 2.1. See the 2.0.3 release notes for details.
A day later than planned, we are nevertheless happy to announce the release of RDF4J 2.1, the next minor release of the Eclipse RDF4J framework.
RDF4J 2.1 is a minor release, which means it is fully backwards-compatible with RDF4J 2.0. It has several new features and improvements, as well as a number of bug fixes. Some of the highlights:
- a fluent ModelBuilder API to more easily create RDF models programmatically;
- configurable strict/extended SPARQL query support, to allow use of magic properties and extended datatype comparisons (in beta);
xsd:dateTime(and related datatypes) comparison;
- limit/offset/distinct REST API parameters to allow for easier pagination of query results.
In total, RDF4J 2.1 address 21 issues. See the Change Log for details.