Semantic SQL Interface Layer

SeSIL is a framework for providing semantic relationships between objects in a database.
Initially it will be an API defined SQL functions, written in a relatively database generic fashion with a Perl and a Java library to provide a clean access layer. Other languages will be considered later.

The initial design of the API is still being done by the core developers and will be released when they have something that works well enough to be criticized.

Development page at Sourceforge