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Project Description

Export YAML shopping lists into different formats.

About

foodlist converts simple yaml shopping lists into different formats. This can be done in order to get a better layout or make them importable for other applications. Originally I built this to be able to write simple grocery lists on my computer and import them into Groceries.app, a wonderful iPhone application for shopping lists.

I tried to built it as abstract as possible, so that new formats could be added easily.

Dependencies

pyyaml for input parsing and pystache for filling the output template. If pystache is not available or no template was given, the context object is simply printed onto the screen.:

pip install pyyaml
pip install pystache

Installation

The package itself can be installed via PyPi:

pip install foodlist

Or if you must:

easy_install foodlist

This also installs the example data (template and base data) into the data folder in site-packages.

Usage

Create a yaml list like this:

aisle:
- food
- more food
produce:
- tomatoes
- spinache

The executable can be given optional paths for base data needed to convert the list and a mustache template for output generation.

You can also put your files in the default search location:

~/.foodlist/groceries.json
~/.foodlist/groceries.mustache

Simple execution with groceries.app format and the default base_data/template:

export_foodlist.py list.yaml

Template and base data paths given explicitly:

export_foodlist.py -b groceries.json -t groceries.mustache list.yaml

Additionally it is possible to pass a name and the format:

export_foodlist.py -n "My awesome list" -f "groceries.app" list.yaml

Expansion

Adding new formats is rather easy. Just add a new converter method with the signature:

def new_converter_method(self, groceries_list, **kwargs)

The parameters are:

  • groceries_list = the object parsed from the yaml list
  • **kwargs additional arguments like base data path, etc
kwargs = {
             "format" : "desired format",
             "name" : "name of the list",
             "base_data" : "path to base data file"
         }

Then add it to the listformats dict:

listformats = {'keyword': self.new_converter_method}

And that’s about it.

TODO

  • more (or any for that matter) test cases
  • more formats

Thanks

Sophia Teutschler for Groceries.app and letting me include the json base data.

History

0.1.1 (2010-06-01)

  • add groceries.json as package data

0.1.0 (2010-05-23)

  • Initial release
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