ISSUE-60: Shall SHACL support other extension languages beside SPARQL (like JavaScript)?

Other Extension Languages

Shall SHACL support other extension languages beside SPARQL (like JavaScript)?

State:
CLOSED
Product:
SHACL Spec
Raised by:
Holger Knublauch
Opened on:
2015-05-30
Description:
We have frequently discussed that there could be other extension languages beside SPARQL, but I don't think we ever formally closed this topic. The current spec would allow other languages such as JavaScript, identified through some property such as shjs:js. My impression from discussions in the WG was that most people would be in favour of allowing this flexibility, but I believe Peter was against that. In any case, we need a resolution.

Once we do that, we could discuss whether we also want to do a JavaScript deliverable as part of the WG, but that would be a separate ticket.
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Peter Patel-Schneider, 3 Jun 2015, 20:22:46

Resolution: yes, even though we may not define any such extension at this point, the design should allow it.
See http://www.w3.org/2015/06/11-shapes-minutes.html#resolution03

Arnaud Le Hors, 11 Jun 2015, 20:48:38

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