Parser features

There are several options that can be set on parsers, called features. The exact list of features can be found via Querying Functionality or in the API reference for raptor_set_feature(). (This should be properly called raptor_parser_set_feature() as it only applies to raptor_parser objects).

Features are integer enumerations of the raptor_feature enum and have values that are either integers (often acting as booleans) or strings. The two functions that set features are:

  /* Set an integer (or boolean) valued feature */
  raptor_set_feature(rdf_parser, feature, 1);

  /* Set a string valued feature */
  raptor_set_feature_string(rdf_parser, feature, "abc");

There are also two corresponding functions for reading the values of parser features: raptor_get_feature() and raptor_get_feature_string() taken the feature enumeration parameter and returning the integer or string value correspondingly.

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