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What is Kupu?
Kupu is a cross-browser WYWSIWYG editor. It allows the comfortable editing of the body of an HTML document. It's client-side (browser) requirements are one of:
- Mozilla 1.3.1 or higher
- Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher
- Netscape Navigator 7.1 or higher
Server-side there are hardly any requirements, except for some way of processing data (CGI or something more fancy like PHP, ASP or Python scripts in Zope).
Kupu is particularly suited for content migration as well as editing. Content copied from an existing web page is pasted with all formatting intact. This includes structure such as headings and lists, plus links, image references, text styling, and other aspects. Copying text from a word processor with an HTML clipboard - such as MSWord - works exactly the same.
Kupu will clean up the content before it is sent to the server, and can send data to the server asynchronously using PUT (which allows the data to be saved without reloading the page) as well as in a form.
Kupu has a homepage at http://kupu.oscom.org
Please report bugs to the issue tracker available at: http://codespeak.net/issues/kupu/ (mind the trailing slash).
There is a mailing lists for Kupu development: firstname.lastname@example.org
Unless otherwise stated, kupu is released under the Kupu License. See LICENSE.txt for the license text.
The Sarissa ECMAScript library shipped in this distribution (common/sarissa.js) is the work of Manos Batsis and distributed under the Kupu License with his kind permission. See the Sarissa homepage at http://sarissa.sourceforge.net for more information.
License: New BSD