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|Finding manifest files|
The initial metadata file(s) are loaded into the system using rdf_attach_library/1.
Manifest.rdfis loaded (in this order of preference).
Declared namespaces are added to the rdf-db namespace list.
Encountered ontologies are added to a private database of
rdf_list_library.pl. Each ontology is given an
identifier, derived from the basename of the URL without the
extension. This, using the declaration below, the identifier of the
declared ontology is
<wn-basic> a void:Dataset ; dcterms:title "Basic WordNet" ; ...
It is possible for the initial set of manifests to refer to RDF files that are not covered by a manifest. If such a reference is encountered while loading or listing a library, the library manager will look for a manifest file in the directory holding the referenced RDF file and load this manifest. If a manifest is found that covers the referenced file, the directives found in the manifest will be followed. Otherwise the RDF resource is simply loaded using the current defaults.
Further exploration of the library is achieved using rdf_list_library/1 or rdf_list_library/2: