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Project Description

*Formerly `backloggery-puller`*

`backlog_puller` is a simple python module that can pull a user's complete video game backlog from [The Backloggery]( given a username. The results can be returned in XML and JSON format as well as a regular ole' python object.


Make sure you have python 2.7.x installed.

That's it! The `backloggery-puller` module only relies on The Python Standard Library to work properly. Other versions of Python 2 might work, but they haven't been tested.


You can install `backlog_puller` from PyPi with the following command:

`pip install backlog_puller`

When `backlog_puller` is installed the `backlog_pull` command is also installed. Simply enter:

`backlog_pull {username}`

on your terminal of choice and you will get a JSON representation of that user's backlog.


`backloggery-puller` consists of two major components: A GamesRequest that pulls the raw HTML from The Backloggery, and the BacklogHTMLParser that converts the raw html into more useful output.

**For example:**
import backloggery_puller

request = GamesRequest("username")
parser = BacklogHTMLParser()
print parser.backlog

Will create a `GamesRequest` for the user `"username"` and feed it into a `BacklogHTMLParser` where it will be stored as a python dictionary. The `BacklogHTMLParser` can then output the parsed data as XML, JSON, or a serialized Python object.

Feature List/Todos

- [X] Retrieve HTML containing entire backlog
- [X] Retrieve one page of HTML
- [X] Retrieve subsequent page with no overlap
- [X] Retrieve pages until the end is reached
- [ ] Parse HTML to more useful formats
- [X] Pull basic data from raw HTML
- [X] Pull game name
- [X] Pull completion status
- [X] Pull game console name
- [ ] Pull advanced data from raw HTML
- [X] Format basic data into XML
- [X] Format basic data into JSON
- [ ] Format basic data into CSV
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