See the README file
is a "cloud" file hosting service. Current Microsoft Windows
operating systems include a OneDrive client program for syncing local files to the cloud, on older version the client can be installed for free.
The current (2018) incarnation offers a REST
API to access and manage the stored content. This allows integration of OneDrive in third party applications.
One of the open source implementation of a OneDrive client for Linux/(*nix?) is onedrive
, written in D
. Some simple patches
allow to synchronize also OneDrive for Business (and Education) "drives". For each shared "drive", a onedrive
process must be started.
The purpose of odmon
is to start all configured drives, give some visual clues during synchronization and in the future to allow to find and configure new drives as well as configure selective synchronization.