FQL: A Functorial Query Language




The FQL IDE is a visual schema mapping tool for developing FQL programs. It can run FQL programs, generate SQL from FQL, generate FQL from SQL, and generate FQL from schema correspondences. Using JDBC, it can run transparently using an external SQL engine and on external database instances. It can output RDF/OWL/XML and comes with many built-in examples. David Spivak and Ryan Wisnesky and Patrick Schultz are the primary contributors. FQL requires Java 7 or higher and FQL++ requires Java 8.

Latest FQL IDE update: August 15, 2014 (fix bug in parsing)
Latest FQL++ IDE update: December 2, 2014 (add flower syntax to FPQL)

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