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Re: [help-GIFT] Gift Java Client Lib

From: Henning müller
Subject: Re: [help-GIFT] Gift Java Client Lib
Date: Fri, 22 Jul 2011 12:01:59 +0200
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I totally agree and could surely try helping with this.

Cheers, Henning

On 7/22/11 11:46 AM, David Squire wrote:
Perhaps we should talk about standardizing a CBIR (or CBMR) web service
interface, and get a high quality implementation done. This would be
much easier for people to work with than the current situation, where
they need to write an MRML parser.

On 22/07/11 7:43 PM, Henning Müller wrote:

I have no access to the code of the pages and the GIFT pages
at GNU.

We had a related student project for mobile retrieval on an iPhone and
we also used a web service wrapper around GIFT and Lucene for this.
More information is here:

Maybe I can send you some of this could as well.

Cheers, Henning

On 7/22/11 11:02 AM, David Squire wrote:
On 22/07/11 7:31 AM, Henning müller wrote:

I had not realized that almost all the links on the GIFT and MRML
pages are dead. \

That is really not good. Does the content still exist somewhere? I am
willing to host if it does.

A copy of a very old Java interface can be found at

We have taken some of the classes to build a newer client but it might
require some work.

I had a student work on an Android client for an honours project last
year. The idea was to expose a SOAP web service to 'replace' MRML, but
there was still a Java MRML client in the internals. I'll see if he
might make the code public.



On 7/21/11 8:08 PM, Pedro Pinhão wrote:

I'm developing an Android client app for Gift but I'm having trouble
finding documentation on MRML is there any place you guys recommend
besides the site

Also I saw that there are some clients written in java but could not
find any sources and most of the client links are dead, does someone
have something written in java?

Thank you


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