Implement RDF::List support #27

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bhuga opened this Issue Oct 21, 2010 · 4 comments

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bhuga commented Oct 21, 2010

Also investigate other rdf data types.

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heyLu Jan 9, 2011

Is there any progress being made on this internally?

I think it would be very useful to have rdf:Lists supported by Spira natively as they are quite common.
I did actually implement a rough (very) version of a Spira::Types::List, but did not test it very much. (It's more like an experiment right now.)

So, should I create a pull request for that or are you already working on it?

heyLu commented Jan 9, 2011

Is there any progress being made on this internally?

I think it would be very useful to have rdf:Lists supported by Spira natively as they are quite common.
I did actually implement a rough (very) version of a Spira::Types::List, but did not test it very much. (It's more like an experiment right now.)

So, should I create a pull request for that or are you already working on it?

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bhuga Jan 9, 2011

It would indeed be very useful but I haven't had time to investigate this. I'd like to see what you did to get this working.

bhuga commented Jan 9, 2011

It would indeed be very useful but I haven't had time to investigate this. I'd like to see what you did to get this working.

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heyLu Apr 4, 2011

@bhuga So, sorry that it did take so awfully long...

It does serialize between plain Arrays and RDF::List , but I don't know what to do about blank nodes for now.
I did implement it for a little project, but it involved exposing the underlaying repository/graph, which wasn't quite beautiful. Any ideas about it?

It lives in a branch of mine.

heyLu commented Apr 4, 2011

@bhuga So, sorry that it did take so awfully long...

It does serialize between plain Arrays and RDF::List , but I don't know what to do about blank nodes for now.
I did implement it for a little project, but it involved exposing the underlaying repository/graph, which wasn't quite beautiful. Any ideas about it?

It lives in a branch of mine.

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This project has moved to ruby-rdf/spira. If this issue is still relevant, please resubmit it over there.

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bendiken commented Aug 27, 2014

This project has moved to ruby-rdf/spira. If this issue is still relevant, please resubmit it over there.

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