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Py-Infinote is a Python implementation of the infinote operation transformation protocol. It's a direct port of JInfinote

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This is a port of JInfinote, implemented in Python

Usage

>>> from infinote.document import InfinoteDocument
>>> newdoc = InfinoteDocument('Hello world')
>>> newdoc.state
('1:1', 'Hello world')
>>> newdoc.delete([1,newdoc.state[0], 4, 7])
>>> newdoc.state
('1:2', 'Hell')
>>> newdoc.insert([2,newdoc.state[0], 4,' is the place where all cool people go'])
>>> newdoc.state
('1:2;2:1', 'Hell is the place where all cool people go')
>>> newdoc.delete([1,newdoc.state[0], 24, 3])
>>> newdoc.state
('1:3;2:1', 'Hell is the place where  cool people go')
>>> newdoc.undo([1])
>>> newdoc.state
('1:4;2:1', 'Hell is the place where all cool people go')
>>> newdoc.delete([1,newdoc.state[0], 24, 4])
>>> newdoc.state
('1:5;2:1', 'Hell is the place where cool people go')

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