💻 Desktop Syncing Client for ownCloud
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Latest commit 39e9376 Aug 23, 2016 @ckamm ckamm Account wizard: Enable back button consistently #5107
Tested with http auth and shib auth.
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admin Merge branch '2.2' Aug 24, 2016
binary @ 0d89ac7 shell/windows: Build 43, add missing 32 bit binaries Jul 26, 2016
cmake Fix module loading Aug 5, 2016
csync csync: Use an explicit instruction for should_update_metadata Aug 17, 2016
doc conffile.rst #5052 Jul 12, 2016
resources Added temporar icon for notifications. Mar 10, 2016
shell_integration More GmbH -> Inc Copyright header fixes Jul 26, 2016
src Account wizard: Enable back button consistently #5107 Aug 26, 2016
test Fix the Qt4 unit testing build Aug 18, 2016
theme Run optipng on existing non-mono state icons Sep 11, 2015
translations [tx-robot] updated from transifex Aug 19, 2016
.gitattributes git: fix entry in .gitattributes to not export binary dir. Sep 22, 2014
.gitignore Add Dockerfile that allows cross compiling the client Feb 5, 2016
.gitmodules Submodule: Use https path Mar 15, 2016
.tag Add git metadata files Oct 18, 2012
.travis.yml Travis coverity: Enforce Ubuntu 14.04 env, fix repo May 24, 2016
CMakeLists.txt Merge remote-tracking branch '2.1' into 2.2 May 25, 2016
CONTRIBUTING.md Minor build etc typos Sep 10, 2015
COPYING Correct COPYING file from FSF website, rpmlint found an old address Nov 22, 2011
COPYING.documentation Add doc cmake targets (HTML, PDF, QtHelp, CHM, man) Nov 24, 2012
CPackOptions.cmake.in Mirall -> (Desktop) Client Dec 8, 2014
ChangeLog Update ChangeLog for 2.2.3 final Aug 8, 2016
Jenkinsfile [2.2] Jenkinsfile: Add win32 build (#5091) (#5115) Aug 9, 2016
OWNCLOUD.cmake Minor build etc typos Sep 10, 2015
OwnCloudCPack.cmake CPack: Use APPLICATION_SHORTNAME rather than APPLICATION_NAME Jul 16, 2015
README.md Fix link to the binary packages in README.md Jun 2, 2016
VERSION.cmake Set base version to 2.3.0. For 2.2, please use the branch 2.2 Apr 25, 2016
client.qrc Added temporar icon for notifications. Mar 10, 2016
config.h.in Add TestSyncEngine and TestSyncFileStatusTracker auto tests Aug 17, 2016
issue_template.md issue_template.md: Clarifying comment Aug 10, 2016
mirall.desktop.in [tx-robot] updated from transifex Aug 24, 2016
sync-exclude.lst Exclude: .Trash-* trash folders #4600 Apr 14, 2016
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ownCloud Desktop Client

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The ownCloud Desktop Client is a tool to synchronize files from ownCloud Server with your computer.


Binary packages

Source code

The ownCloud Desktop Client is developed in Git. Since Git makes it easy to fork and improve the source code and to adapt it to your need, many copies can be found on the Internet, in particular on GitHub. However, the authoritative repository maintained by the developers is located at https://github.com/owncloud/client.

Building the source code

Building the Client in the ownCloud Desktop Client manual.

Maintainers and Contributors

The maintainers of this repository are:

ownCloud Desktop Client is developed by the ownCloud community and receives patches from a variety of authors.

Reporting issues and contributing

If you find any bugs or have any suggestion for improvement, please file an issue at https://github.com/owncloud/client/issues. Do not contact the authors directly by mail, as this increases the chance of your report being lost.

If you created a patch, please submit a Pull Request. For non-trivial patches, we need you to sign the Contributor Agreement before we can accept your patch.

If you want to contact us, e.g. before starting a more complex feature, you can join us at #owncloud-client-dev.


This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY
or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License
for more details.