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A python program that keeps track of a user's comunio profile

Project description

Comunio Manager

.. figure:: comunio/resources/logo/logo_256.png
:alt: Logo

Comunio Manager is a program designed to help Comunio players with
managing their teams by collecting information about their player's
performance and market value.

This is accomplished by parsing the website itself and
storing the parsed values in a local SQLite3 database.


If you don't have python installed, please do so beforehand

If you have pip installed, you can simply run ``pip install comunio``
(or ``pip install comunio --user`` to install as non-root, which is
probably the preferred way to do it).

If you can not use pip, you can also install the program by downloading
the source and running ``python install`` or
``python install --user`` in the root directory (which is the
one containing a file)

Alternatively, Linux and Windows executables which require no additional
dependencies can be downloaded from the `Github release
section <>`__


The program offers the following command line arguments:


-u , --username Specifies the comunio username
-p , --password Specifies the comunio password
-g , --gui Starts the program in GUI mode
-k , --keep_creds Stores the provided credentials in a local config file
-r , --refresh Updates the local database, then exits the program
-s , --summary Prints a short summary of the player's account to the console
-x , --xkcd Draws the graphs in the GUI in an XKCD-comic style


Running the program with the command


comunio -u namboy94 -p hunter2 -sk

will make the program try to log in as the user 'namboy94' and the
password 'hunter2'. Afterwards, a short summary of the player's comunio
account will be printed to the console. Since the -k flag was also set,
the player's username and password are stored locally, which enables the
player to now just run


comunio -r

and the local database will be updated. Please be aware of the fact that
anyone with access to your local files will be able to read your
credentials, so beware of storing these on shared PCs.

The Program also offers a GUI, which can be called via


comunio -g

It will start with a login screen, then proceed to displaying various
information about the comunio account and the (football) players in the
(comunio) player's team. For more details, view the screenshots section.

Additionally, the -x flag can be combined with the -g flag to show
XKCD-style graphs instead of normal graphs in the GUI

Current Limitations

Due to the design of Comunio, the program has a couple of limitations:

- When 5 players (the maximum amount) are up for sale, the database can
not be updated, as it is not possible to determine the market values
of the players that are not on sale
- At times, the comunio servers do not allow logins from non-'Pro'
players. At those times, the program can naturally not update the
local database
- The program can not get data from the past. Gaps in the database are
compensated, but if no daily updates are done, gaps in the data will


.. figure:: comunio/resources/screenshots/login.png
:alt: The Login Screen

The Login Screen
.. figure:: comunio/resources/screenshots/gui_normal.png
:alt: The Main Window

The Main Window
.. figure:: comunio/resources/screenshots/gui_xkcd.png
:alt: Using the XKCD graphs

Using the XKCD graphs
.. figure:: comunio/resources/screenshots/cli.png
:alt: CLI Summary

CLI Summary
Further Information

`Documentation(HTML) <>`__

`Documentation(PDF) <>`__

`Python Package Index Site <>`__

`Git Statistics
(gitstats) <>`__

`Git Statistics
(git\_stats) <>`__

`Changelog <>`__

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