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About Apache Chemistry cmislib
The goal of this project is to create a CMIS client for Python that can be used to work with any CMIS-compliant repository.
The library is being developed with the following guidelines:
* Developers using this API should be able to work with CMIS domain objects without having to worry about the underlying implementation details.
* The library will use the Resftul AtomPub Binding and the Browser Binding (added with CMIS 1.1).
* The library will conform to the `CMIS spec <>`_ as closely as possible. Several public CMIS repositories are being used to test the API.
* The library should have no hard-coded URL's. It should be able to get everything it needs regarding how to work with the CMIS service from the CMIS service URL response and subsequent calls.
* There shouldn't have to be a vendor-specific version of this library. The goal is for it to be interoperable with CMIS-compliant providers.
Quick Example
This should give you an idea of how easy and natural it is to work with the API:
>>> cmisClient = cmislib.CmisClient('http://localhost:8080/alfresco/api/-default-/public/cmis/versions/1.1/atom', 'admin', 'admin')
>>> repo = cmisClient.defaultRepository
>>> rootFolder = repo.rootFolder
>>> children = rootFolder.getChildren()
>>> newFolder = rootFolder.createFolder('testDeleteFolder folder')
>>> props =
>>> newFolder.delete()