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Project Summary

Kupu is a 'document-centric' open source client-side editor for Mozilla, Netscape and Internet Explorer. Inspired by Maik Jablonski's Epoz editor, it was written by Paul Everitt, Guido Wesdorp and Philipp von Weitershausen (and several other contributors) to improve the JavaScript code and architecture, pluggability, standards support, support for other webservers than Zope (which was the original target platform for Epoz), configurability and a lot of other issues.

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Languages

JavaScript
52%
XML
16%
Python
19%
5 Other
13%

30 Day Summary

Jun 9 2019 — Jul 9 2019

12 Month Summary

Jul 9 2018 — Jul 9 2019

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