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ownCloud CLI client- connect your ownCloud with python.

Project Description
pyOwnCloud
==========

ownCloud CLI client written in python, more info about owncloud: www.owncloud.org

This code is now in production use, and has been tested against a variety of Linux machines,
other platforms should work, but are currently untested. This code is in no way currently endorsed or
supported by ownCloud, all bugs should be reported here and not there.

Support/Discussion:
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* Use github for issues/patches/etc: https://github.com/csawyerYumaed/pyOwnCloud
* For discussion use: http://lists.cknow.org/listinfo.cgi/pyowncloud-cknow.org (pyowncloud <@> lists.cknow.org)

Requirements:
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* The ocsync C library from ownCloud. If you install Mirall, you get it for free on Linux.
If you don't want to install mirall, you can install the 'ocsync' binary package from the owncloud repo's.
So far we have only successfully tested against 0.70.4 of the libocsync library.
* Python > 2.6 < 3 (patches welcome)
* An ownCloud server to sync with. (Presumably you already have one of these.)

Installation:
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* standard python setup.py script.
* It will create a new command called csync, and you can call that :)

python setup.py install

usage: just run oclient -h, and it will give you help.

usage: oclient.py [-h] [-v] [-c [CONFIG]] [-u [USER]] [--ssl [SSLFINGERPRINT]]
[-p [PASS]] [--dry-run] [--debug] [-s [SRC]] [-d [DST]]
[--url [URL]] [--use-keyring]

Synchronize files across machines using ownCloud DAV server.

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-v, --version show program's version number and exit
-c [CONFIG], --config [CONFIG]
Configuration to use.
-u [USER], --user [USER]
Username on server.
--ssl [SSLFINGERPRINT]
SSL fingerprint on server to accept.
-p [PASS], --pass [PASS]
Password on server. You can also store this in
environment variable OCPASS.
--dry-run Dry Run, do not actually execute command.
--debug Print a bunch of debug info.
-s [SRC], --src [SRC]
Local directory to sync with.
-d [DST], --dst [DST]
Folder on server.
--url [URL] URL to sync to.
--use-keyring use keyring if available to store password safely.

I support the ownCloud config file, which is located here:
$HOME/.local/share/data/ownCloud/owncloud.cfg
I only support the 'ownCloud' section of the config.
I support the following keys in the cfg file:
user: The username on the ownCloud server
url: the url of the ownCloud Server
pass: the password on the ownCloud server
sslfingerprint: a valid SSL fingerprint for the server.
src: local directory to sync against.
dst: folder on the server to sync against.
complete example:
[ownCloud]
user=awesomeSauce
pass=PasswordThisIsSuperSuperSecretReallyISwearLOL
url=https://www.example.org/owncloud/
sslfingerprint=
src=/home/awesomeSauce/ownCloud
dst=clientsync

Password options:
*) You can specify on the cmd line: -p (not very safe)
*) In the environment variable: OCPASS
*) In the owncloud.cfg file as pass = <password>
*) Do none of the above, and it will prompt you for the password.
*) Use keyring to store passwords in a keyring. (needs Python Keyring Lib to be installed).
The choice is yours, if you put it in the cfg file, be careful to
make sure nobody but you can read the file. (0400/0600 file perms).
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