|Version 61 (modified by dema, 7 years ago)|
- Mar, 31st - HyperDE now runs "out-of-the-box" on both Ruby 1.8.2 and the latest Ruby 1.8.4 on the Windows platform - see .
- Mar, 31st - IMPORTANT''' Due to spam, we are now requiring registration to enter any data in this site. If you want to contribute, please send email to and we will set up an account for you.
- Mar, 31st - Updated to stable Rails 1.1 and added some integration testing goodies - see  for details.
- Mar, 27th - Fixed some annoying bugs when rendereing custom views, caused by the upgrade to Rails 1.1 - please update your working copies and don't forget to update your rake gem by doing gem update.
- Mar, 24th - HyperDE has also been known to run o Red Hat Fedora Core with some adaptation to RJB (many thanks to Sebastian Kruk for that).
- Mar, 23rd - HyperDE has succesfully ran on a Debian Linux, after recompiling the native extension rjb.so and fixing a multiplatform bug (see ).
What is HyperDE
HyperDE (MVC framework and development environment for semantic web applications) is a combination of a MVC framework (built upon Ruby on Rails) and a development environment for creating semantic web prototype applications.
HyperDE was built as the implementation task for the master thesis of Demetrius Nunes and its modeling and process theory is based upon the Object-Oriented Hypermedia Design Method (OOHDM) and the Semantic Hypermedia Design Method(SHDM).
HyperDE is now a open-souce project. The latest version of the complete source code for the main trunk can be retrieved from its subversion repository at http://server2.tecweb.inf.puc-rio.br:8000/svn/hyperde/trunk. If you prefer, you can download archived versions from DownloadArchives.
- Requirements and installation guide at HowToInstall, and how to configure Sesame in BasicSesameConfiguration. An example database is included.
- Utility functions available at UtilityScripts
- Development roadmap at DevelopmentRoadmap?
- How to contribute at HowToContribute?
- Logo design for the project at ProjectLogo?
- The Ruby language at http://www.ruby-lang.org
- The Ruby on Rails Framework at http://www.rubyonrails.com/
- You can download the final thesis Powerpoint presentation (in Portuguese) from http://server2.tecweb.inf.puc-rio.br:8000/projects/hyperde/trac.cgi/file/trunk/doc/HyperDE.ppt
- You can download the current thesis dissertation (in Portuguese) from http://server2.tecweb.inf.puc-rio.br:8000/projects/hyperde/trac.cgi/file/trunk/doc/TeseHyperDE_defesa.doc
- A nice Subversion client for Windows is TortoiseSVN: http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/
How to use this Wiki
Please, use the TRAC workspace as the main communication tool for documenting the project (thru the wiki), reporting bugs and requesting features (thru the ticket system) and for following the project development (thru the roadmap and timeline). For information on how to use TRAC, see the links below.
- TracGuide -- Built-in Documentation
- The Trac project -- Trac Open Source Project
- Trac FAQ -- Frequently Asked Questions
- TracSupport -- Trac Support
For a complete list of local wiki pages, see TitleIndex...