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24.04.2013 16:28,  Thomas Berger:
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>> Ah, I'm sorry, I mixed up the figures! The RDF file is the larger one.
>> Is there, by the way, any software that would convert RDF into Turtle,
>> and also change the &#nnn; entity notations into UTF-8?
>
> Please control your terminology: Both already /is/ RDF (or to be
> even more pedantic: Both are serializations of RDF Graphs).
>
That was not the relevant point in my question: Using controlled
vocabulary to name the file types won't help.

> RDF/XML has the choice to encode unicode entities in different ways
> on serialization, while turtle must be UTF-8.
>
And that doesn't address the issue either.

All the helpful stuff around XML and RDF and Unicode does not include,
or as far as I was able to find out, a simple tool to convert all
the entity codes in a file into the UTF-8 codes. Had to roll my own
for this purpose.

B.E.