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Apache Chemistry - Content Management Interoperability Service (CMIS)
Apache Chemistry provides open source implementations of the Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) specification. Libraries are available for Java, Python, PHP and .NET. CMIS (Content Management Interoperability Services) is an OASIS standard enabling information sharing between different Content Management Systems.
CmisSync allows you to keep in sync with your company's file server, and read/edit the documents even when offline. It works with any CMIS-compliant server like Alfresco, Google drive, SharePoint, Nuxeo etc.
This is starting out more as an example and instructional site, to allow programmers to understand programming against CMIS compliant repositories. The code here may evolve to become a production library This project is no longer being maintained in Google Code Please get all future updates from http://incubator.apache.org/chemistry/phpclient.html
NOTE: This code has been accepted as part of the Apache Chemistry project. I will maintain the Google Code project for binary distributions and documentation hosting for now. For source code, please use Apache SVN. For issues, please use Apache Jira. Provides a CMIS client library for Python that can be used to work with CMIS-compliant repositories such as Alfresco, IBM FileNet, Nuxeo and others. CMIS is a proposed specification with backing by major ECM players including those mentioned as well
A WSGI-based Content Repository for Semantic Web and document processing applications that (mostly) conforms to the CMIS (Content Management Interoperability Services). It uses an OWL ontology to capture the formal semantics of an XML/RDF content repository, extending the document object in CMIS with first class XML objects (using the capabilities provided by Amara for implementation) and RDF datasets and rulesets (using capabilities provided by python-dlp). SWDR has an abstracted persistence la