[Baypiggies] One package to handle files on AWS, Dropbox, GoogleDrive , OneDrive etc.
mvoorhie at yahoo.com
Sun Jan 10 22:12:14 EST 2016
On 01/10/2016 09:09 AM, Stephen wrote:
> Hi all, and Happy New Year,
> I am working on a couple of collaborative projects where we'll be keeping our files on the cloud(AWS, Dropbox, GoogleDrive, OneDrive, (Yahoo, Apple, etc. etc.)),and possibly moving files around across clouds.
> Can anyone recommend some good Python package(s) which offer some level of vendor-independence?Ease-of-use is more important than performance.Bonus points if it handles reliably moving files between cloud vendors.
> Come to think of it, if anyone else is interested in someone who knows about this giving a talk on this topic, please reply with a +1
Not Python (Haskell with command line interface) but you might take a look at Joey Hess's git-annex.
It handles syncing files across several cloud services (including DropBox and Amazon). Minimally,
the architecture may be interesting to you, and, depending on your needs, you might get away with
just wrapping the command line interface via subprocess.
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