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Pydio Cells is the nextgen file sharing platform for organizations. It is a full rewrite of the Pydio project using the Go language following a micro-service architecture.

Getting Started

These instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running on your local machine for development and testing purposes. See the Deployment section below for notes on how to deploy the project on a live system.


The following elements are required to compile and run pydio on your machine

Note: We have developped and tested Pydio Cells on MacOS, Ubuntu, Debian and CentOS. Windows version might still have unknown glitches and is not yet supported.


Assuming that your system meets the above prerequisites, building the Pydio Cells backend from the source code is quite straight forward:

# Retrieve the code
go get -u github.com/pydio/cells
# From this line on, we assume you are in Pydio Cells' code roots directory
cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/pydio/cells
# Build your binary
make dev

To have the environment running, you must also:

./cells configure

Note on the third party libraries

We still currently manage third party dependencies via the vendor mechanism: shortly said, we pick up and maintain specific versions of the sources for each dependency we use by copying them in the vendor/ subfolder. The binary is built using these codes.

When you clone the github.com/pydio/cells repository, you then also have an embedded local copy of all the sources for you to investigate. Yet, you should not try to directly modify code that have been vendored.

Please also note that we had to fork a few libraries before integrating them as dependencies, most important being minio. If you need to modify this part of the code, please get in touch with us.

Running the tests

To run the tests, simply do

go test -v ./...

Please read the CONTRIBUTING.md document if you wish to add more tests or contribute to the code.


Binaries are currently provided for Linux, MacOSX and Windows distributions. To deploy them on a live system, please see the Installation Guide instructions.

Built With

Pydio Cells uses many open source golang libraries. Most important ones are listed below, please see DEPENDENCIES for an exhaustive list of other libs and their licenses.


Please read CONTRIBUTING.md for details on our code of conduct, and the process for submitting pull requests to us. You can find a comprehensive Developer Guide on our website. Our online docs are open source as well, feel free to improve them by contributing!

We are also looking for help to translate the Cells interface in various languages.
It is really easy to participate: just navigate to our page in the Crowdin translation tool, create an account and get started.


We use Semantic Versioning. For all available versions, see the release list.


See the list of contributors who participated in this project. Pydio Cells is also a continuation of the Pydio project and many contributions were ported from pydio-core to the code that can be found under frontend/front-srv/assets.


This project is licensed under the AGPLv3 License - see the LICENSE file for more details.