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You can Download dotNetRDF to just get the compiled library or you can Download dotNetRDF Source to get the full source. Or take a look at the dotNetRDF SVN Repository if you'd like to get the latest source code. These downloads are intended for developers and programmers, links to our Toolkit for general RDF users can be found further down the page.
The programmers API is now split into three libraries, the Core library which is what most users will wish to use and comes in builds for .Net 4.0, .Net 4.0 Client Profile, .Net 3.5, .Net 3.5 Client Profile, Silverlight 4 and Silverlight 4 for Windows Phone 7.
There is an additional Data plugins - Data.Virtuoso which provide additional storage backends that require additional dependencies hence they are separated from the Core library. See the ReleaseNotes.txt file in the download for more information on this.
There is also a query plugin - Query.FullText - which provides full text SPARQL query extensions.
All the plugin libraries come in builds for .Net 4.0, .Net 4.0 Client Profile, .Net 3.5 and .Net 3.5 Client Profile.
dotNetRDF requires both the Microsoft.Net Framework 4.0 or 3.5 SP1 and the following 3rd party libraries:
The relevant libraries are included in the release packages so you should be able to use the library without needing to obtain these libraries yourself.
If you install our packages via NuGet the required dependencies will be installed for you.
Note: The API is also usable with Mono 2.6+ (2.10 recommended), Silverlight 4 and Windows Phone 7
Toolkit for Users
Our Tools package of standalone tools can be obtained by going to Download dotNetRDF Toolkit for Windows, if you prefer an installer package you can Download dotNetRDF Toolkit Installer
This includes things like our Notepad replacement rdfEditor for editing RDF and SPARQL and Store Manager a GUI tool for working with various Triple Stores.
The Toolkit requires Windows and the .Net Framework 4.0
Note: Most of the toolkit except for rdfEditor will also run under Mono 2.6+ (2.10 is recommended) on Windows, Mac and *nix systems