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WsgiDAV Documentation

Project:WsgiDAV, https://github.com/mar10/wsgidav/
Copyright:Licensed under The MIT License
Author:Martin Wendt
Release:1.3
Date:Jun 01, 2018

WsgiDAV is a generic WebDAV server written in Python and based on WSGI.

(WsgiDAV is a refactored version of PyFileServer written by Ho Chun Wei.)

Status

1.1.0 is released.

See also

The Change Log.

Main Features

  • Comes bundled with a server and a file system provider, so we can share a directory right away from the command line.
  • Designed to run behind any WSGI compliant server.
  • Tested with different clients on different platforms (Windows, Unix, Mac).
  • Supports online editing of MS Office documents.
  • Contains a simple web browser interface.
  • SSL support
  • Support for authentication using Basic or Digest scheme.
  • Passes litmus test suite.
  • Open architecture allows to write custom providers (i.e. storage, locking, authentication, …).

Quickstart

Install

Releases are hosted on PyPI. Install like:

$ pip install -U wsgidav

Or install the latest (potentially unstable) development version:

$ pip install git+https://github.com/mar10/wsgidav.git

See also

Installing WsgiDAV for details and how to install with developer access.

Run Server

To serve the /tmp folder as WebDAV / share, simply run:

$ wsgidav --host=0.0.0.0 --port=80 --root=/tmp

Much more options are available when a configuration file is specified. By default wsgidav.conf is searched in the local directory. Otherwise a file name can be specified:

$ wsgidav --config=my_config.conf

Supported Clients

WsgiDAV comes with a web interface and was tested with different clients (Windows File Explorer and drive mapping, MS Office, Ubuntu, Mac OS X, …).

https://raw.github.com/mar10/wsgidav/master/doc/teaser.png

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