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RDF File Format

Compiled UIC source code (Geoworks UI Compiler)

RDF is a file extension for a compiled user interface source code format file used by GEOS UI Compiler.

GEOS, created by Berkeley Softworks, which later became GeoWorks Corporation, is a Microsoft Disk Operating System (DOS) -based user interface that comes with a package of utilities.

GEOS has been known as PC/GEOS, Ensemble, then NewDeal Ensemble, and is now Breadbox Ensemble.

The RDF file extension is also associated with the Research Document information Format and the Resource Description Framework file format (related to XML and metadata).


Learn more about RDF files:

Wikipedia has an entry on GEOS.

See user interface FAQs at IT Knowledge Exchange.

This was last updated in July 2010
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