ResourceSync library and client
resync is a ResourceSync library with supporting client scipts, written in python. ResourceSync is a synchronization framework for the web consisting of various capabilities that allow third party systems to remain synchronized with a server's evolving resources. The capabilities can be combined in a modular manner to meet local or community requirements.
Typical client usage to synchronize from a source at
http://source.example.com/ to a set of local files would be
which will create or update a local directory
Alternatively, the destination directory may be specified explicitly::
resync-sync http://source.example.com/ /tmp/my_copy
Option details and a number of different modes are described with::
Python library usage
Typical library use in a source (create and output a Resource List)::
from resync import Resource, ResourceList rl = ResourceList() rl.add( Resource('http://example.com/res1', lastmod='2013-01-01') ) rl.add( Resource('http://example.com/res2', lastmod='2013-01-02') ) print rl.as_xml()
Typical library use in a destination (get and examine a Capability List)::
from resync import CapabilityList # Read Capability List and show supported capabilities cl = CapabilityList() cl.read("https://raw.github.com/resync/resync/1.0/resync/test/testdata/examples_from_spec/resourcesync_ex_2_6.xml") for resource in cl: print "supports %s (at %s)" % (resource.capability,resource.uri)
The client and library are designed to work with Python 3.5 and up. (The last version supporting Python 2.7 was 1.0.9, also on PyPI)
pip install resync
rsync is listed in PyPI and can be
Manual installation from github
cd /tmp git clone git://github.com/resync/resync.git cd resync/ python setup.py build python setup.py install
This will install the library code in the appropriate place within
a user-space python setup, including the clients
resync-explorer. Use of
sudo to install in
system spaces is generally discouraged.
The source code is maintained on Github and there may be branches/versions available there that are not yet packaged for PyPI.
See CONTRIBUTING.md for guidelines for contributing.
Copyright and License
Copyright 2012--2020 Simeon Warner and contributors
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at
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