Open Source Python Tools for the Elucidate Annotation Server.
Simple Python helpers for working with Elucidate, an Open Annotation and W3C Web Annotation annotation server.
Full documentation at Readthedocs.
Required python packages are listed in requirements.txt.
PyElucidate uses Python 3.x. No backwards compatibility with Python 2.x is provided.
Feel free to raise Github issues.
If you find an issue you are interested in fixing you can:
- make sure the issue is small and atomic
- Fork the repository
- Clone the repository to your local machine
- Create a new branch for your fix using git checkout -b branch-name-here.
- Fix the issue.
- Commit and push the code to your remote repository.
- Submit a pull request to the pyelucidate repository, with a description of your fix and the issue number.
- The PR will be reviewed by the maintainer and either merge the PR or response with comments.
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