The OpenURL Object Model is still in an alpha state, but we've been
using it in some development projects here at OCLC for several months
now. This is a different approach than what has been taken by other
OpenURL implementation in that all the classes are designed to mirror
the OpenURL 1.0 abstractions as literally as possible. The result is a
lightweight framework that allows web service developers to focus on
pure business logic. Here are some blog entries with a few details.
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> From: Code for Libraries [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf
> Jonathan Rochkind
> Sent: Monday, October 02, 2006 5:07 PM
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> Subject: [CODE4LIB] OpenURL code libraries?
> Are there already libraries available in any language for dealing with
> .1/1.0 OpenURLs? Parsing and constructing, I guess. PHP, Perl, Ruby,
> whatever. Maybe a list even exists somewhere of all such libraries? If
> not, I'd like to compile one.
> If anyone knows of any, and you email me URL to get them, I'll make a
> list somewhere. [There's a Code4Lib wiki somewhere?]
> Jonathan Rochkind, MLIS
> Sr. Programmer/Analyst
> The Sheridan Libraries
> Johns Hopkins University
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