- To be done
- - Define alternate predicate to use for providing a comment
- Use rdf:type if there is no meaningful label?
- Smarter guess whether or not the local identifier might be meaningful
to the user without a comment. I.e. does it look‘word-like'?
This module defines rules for user:portray/1
to help tracing and debugging RDF resources by printing them in a more
concise representation and optionally adding comment from the label
field to help the user interpreting the URL. The main predicates are:
- Set the style used to portray resources. Style is one of:
- Write as NS:ID, compatible with what can be handed to the rdf
predicates. This is the default.
- Use quoted write of the full resource.
- Write namespace followed by the label. This format cannot be handed to rdf/3
and friends, but can be useful if resource-names are meaningless
- This combines prefix:id with prefix:label, providing both human readable
output and output that can be pasted into the commandline.
- If Lang is a list, set the list or preferred languages. If it
is a single atom, push this language as the most preferred language.