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Gypse analyzes and reveals information of the text files that you have. It identifies things like URLs, E-Mails and Phone Numbers, which are difficult to extract.

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What is Gypse?

Have you ever tried looking for interesting things like URLs, E-Mails or Phone numbers in a bunch of text files? That is going to get really tough, really fast. It can be downright painful.

Gypse is here to help. You simply install ‘gypsy’ with ‘pip’, and have Gypse look at your text files.

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Requirements

You will need Python 3.4 or higher for Gypse to work properly

Getting Started

pip install gypse

Usage

Gypsy comes with some sample data that you can clone and play with.

git clone https://github.com/aeroxis/gypse /tmp/gypsy cd /tmp/gypsy gypse url-extractor ./samples/ –margins 5

This will yield something like the following:

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