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NAME

       rdfpipe:  -  parsing  RDF  in  different  formats and serializing the resulting graph to a
       chosen format

SYNOPSIS

       rdfpipe [-h] [-i INPUT_FORMAT] [-o OUTPUT_FORMAT] [--ns=PFX=NS ...] [-] [FILE ...]

DESCRIPTION

       A commandline tool for parsing RDF in different  formats  and  serializing  the  resulting
       graph to a chosen format. Reads file system paths, URLs or from stdin if '-' is given. The
       result is serialized to stdout.

OPTIONS

       --version
              show program's version number and exit

       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       -i INPUT_FORMAT, --input-format=INPUT_FORMAT
              Format of the input document(s). Available  input  formats  are:  application/trix,
              xml,  n3,  turtle,  microdata,  application/svg+xml,  mdata,  nquads,  rdfa,  trix,
              application/xhtml+xml, rdfa1.1,  application/n-quads,  hturtle,  rdfa1.0,  text/n3,
              text/html, text/turtle, application/rdf+xml, html, application/n-triples, nt. If no
              format is given, it will be guessed from  the  file  name  extension.  Keywords  to
              parser can be given after format like: FORMAT:(+)KW1,-KW2,KW3=VALUE.

       -o OUTPUT_FORMAT, --output-format=OUTPUT_FORMAT
              Format  of  the  graph  serialization.  Available  output  formats are: turtle, n3,
              text/n3,  trig,   pretty-xml,   nt,   application/rdf+xml,   application/n-triples,
              application/n-quads,  nquads,  application/trix,  xml,  text/turtle,  trix. Default
              format  is:  'n3'.  Keywords  to  serializer  can  be  given  after  format   like:
              FORMAT:(+)KW1,-KW2,KW3=VALUE.

       --ns=PREFIX=NAMESPACE
              Register  a  namespace  binding (QName prefix to a base URI). This can be used more
              than once.

       --no-guess
              Don't guess format based on file suffix.

       --no-out
              Don't output the resulting graph (useful for checking validity of input).

       -w, --warn
              Output warnings to stderr (by default only critical errors).

AUTHOR

       This manual page was written  by  Olivier  Berger  <obergix@debian.org>,  for  the  Debian
       distribution.