The azurify package

[Tags: bsd3, library]

An interface for a few basic functions of the Microsoft Azure blob storage. Creating and deleting containers as well as uploading, downloading and breaking leases of blobs is supported.

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Dependenciesbase (>=4.5 && <5), base64-bytestring (>=, bytestring (>=, case-insensitive (>=, cmdargs (>=0.10), conduit (>=, data-default, directory (>=, filepath, HTTP, http-conduit (>=, http-date (>=0.0.2), http-types (>=0.7.0), hxt (>=9.2.2), network (>=, old-locale (>=, SHA (>=1.5.1), text, time (>=1.4), transformers (>=, unix-compat, utf8-string (>=0.3.7) [details]
AuthorArno van Lumig
MaintainerGreg Weber <>,
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UploadedThu Dec 12 23:18:08 UTC 2013 by GregWeber
Downloads1736 total (39 in last 30 days)
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What's this?

Azurify is an incomplete yet sort-of-functional library and command line client to access the Azure Blob Storage API [1]

The following features are implemented:

The following features are not implemented (yet):

How do I use this?

The cabal file will build a binary called azurify. The following commands are supported:

You can also use the library in your Haskell applications, all you need are the functions exported in the azure.hs file.

Can I use this?

Azurify is BSD licensed (see LICENSE) so yes, you can use it.