|partial-release-201604||This is a bug-fix release that fixes the wrong handling of literals with language in stable-serializer as well as in jena bindings, it also updates the rdf-commons dependency in rdf.core (to reduce potential maven dependency conflicts).||May 13, 2016||ZIP (MD5|ASC)|
|partial-release-201508||This release fixes issues preventing rdf.rdfjson and rdf.jena.sparql to expose their OSGi-DS services. It contains latest version of Jersey and Jena and provides some integration tests.||Dec 2, 2015||ZIP (MD5|ASC)|
|rdf-core-0.2||Clerezza rdf commons tool which models and complies with RDF 1.1 in full||Nov 15, 2015||ZIP (MD5|ASC)|
|rdf.rdfjson-1.0.0-source-release.zip||May 28, 2015||ZIP (MD5|ASC)|
|partial release 201505-1.0.0-src.zip||May 26, 2015||ZIP (MD5|ASC)|
|rdf-core-0.1||April 13, 2015||ZIP (MD5|ASC)|
|parent 6||Mar 24, 2015||ZIP (MD5|ASC)|
|typehandlerspace-0.2-source-release.zip||Sep 22, 2014||ZIP (MD5|ASC)|
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