⚠️ Warning: This documentation refers to the proof-of-concept implementation of Wildland client (opens new window) which is no longer maintained. We are currently working on a new Wildland client written in Rust. To learn more about Wildland and the current status of its development, please visit the Wildland.io webpage (opens new window).
Intergation backends allow the user to easily expose and incorporate data from any third party source into their filesystem. Therefore, they are primarly meant to function as a data source as opposed to the storage-exposing backends. At the moment, the following integration backends and their corresponding guides are available:
The full list of all currently supported plugins (both integration and storage backends) can be obtained using the
wl template create command.
$ wl template create Usage: wl template create [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]... Creates storage template based on storage type. Options: --help Show this message and exit. Commands: bear-db Create bear-db storage template categorization Create categorization storage template date-proxy Create date-proxy storage template delegate Create delegate storage template dropbox Create dropbox storage template dummy Create dummy storage template encrypted Create encrypted storage template git Create git storage template gitlab Create gitlab storage template gitlab-graphql Create gitlab-graphql storage template googledrive Create googledrive storage template http Create http storage template imap Create imap storage template ipfs Create ipfs storage template local Create local storage template local-cached Create local-cached storage template local-dir-cached Create local-dir-cached storage template pseudomanifest Create pseudomanifest storage template s3 Create s3 storage template sshfs Create sshfs storage template static Create static storage template transpose Create transpose storage template webdav Create webdav storage template zip-archive Create zip-archive storage template