[Twisted-Python] Re: Collaborative Text Editor

Ed Suominen general at eepatents.com
Thu Jul 15 11:47:14 EDT 2004

Thanks for the tip! This looks like a wheel I can help round out instead of
trying to re-invent.

Ed Suominen
Registered Patent Agent 
Open Source Developer (Yes, both...)
Web Site: http://www.eepatents.com

Nicola Larosa wrote:

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>> I'm thinking of implementing a real-time collaborative text editor in
>> Python using Twisted.
> Are you aware of LeoN?
> http://ryalias.freezope.org/souvenirs/leon
> Leo (without 'N') is an outlining editor written in Python, old and
> powerful, and LeoN is an extension for collaborative editing based on
> Twisted, new and alpha, but probably worth a look.
> - --
> Nicola Larosa - nico at tekNico.net
> "When a student asks why case matters, simply ask why it shouldn't matter.
> If they think it would be easier to use Python if they can be inconsistent
> in their use of case, then they have the answer. Python helps teach that
> consistency matters." -- Michael McLay, April 2004
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