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Collaborative Annotation Toolkit for Massive Amounts of Image Data
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django Show a warning if WebGL can't be initialized without potential issues Jul 18, 2019
docs Add note to permissions doc on mutual permissions Nov 27, 2018
hooks Docker: fix post-checkout hook for when clone is not shallow Mar 6, 2019
scripts Docker: update default NODE_PROVIERS setting Jul 9, 2019
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.dockerignore Docker: add sphinx doc build folder to dockerignore file May 3, 2018
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.travis.flake8 Travis: lint python with flake8 Dec 23, 2016
.travis.jshintignore CI: add webm-writer to jsHint exclusion list May 7, 2019
.travis.jshintrc JSHint: use ES6 Jul 11, 2016
.travis.yml CI: add PyPy 7 references for Python 3.6 support (beta) Apr 25, 2019 Changelog: add note on WebGL warning Jul 18, 2019 Doc: correct OSX browser console shortcut Nov 30, 2015
Dockerfile Use plain "git describe" for version information again Dec 21, 2018
LICENSE Change license from AGPLv3 to GPLv3 Jun 24, 2015 Readme: fix Sauce Labs badge image (minor) Feb 23, 2017 Add proper version header to update instructions Jun 25, 2019
karma.conf.js Front-end tests: improve error reporting Feb 14, 2018
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packagelist-ubuntu-16.04-apt.txt Doc: use Python 3.6 in installation instructions Jul 27, 2018
packagelist-ubuntu-18.04-apt.txt Doc: replace Ubuntu 14.04 references with Ubuntu 18.04 Oct 15, 2018


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