Generic CSV Processing for Django Apps
This library provides a CSVProcessor class which should be subclassed to implement your own per-row processing of CSV files. At minimum, override process_row(row).
The mixins support optional checksums of arbitrary columns, and asynchronous processing of files using Celery.
Super CSV is a stand alone library that can be used for CSV management, both syncronous and async.
Will install all prerequisites.
Runs the unit tests in local environment.
Using with Docker Devstack
Prerequisite: Have your Open edX https://github.com/edx/devstack properly installed. Note: When you see “from inside the lms” below, it means that you’ve run make lms-shell from your devstack directory and are on a command prompt inside the LMS container.
Clone this repo into ../src/ directory (relative to your “devstack” repo location). This will mount the directory in a way that is accessible to the lms container.
Clone inside the lms, uninstall super-csv and reinstall your local copy. You can run the following line from inside the lms, or from the host machine run make install-local. This is necessary if one wants to use latest version for testing/development purposes:
pip uninstall super-csv -y; pip install -e /edx/src/super-csv
Setup dev environment (since virtual environments are recommended for python development, here is an example of using virtualenv. Other tools would work as well). By default, edx containers come with virtualenv preinstalled
cd /edx/src/super-csv virtualenv super-csv-env source super-csv-env/bin/activate make requirements
The code in this repository is licensed under the Apache v2 License unless otherwise noted.
Please see LICENSE.txt for details.
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- Fix dev.in to pull from ci.txt rather than travis.txt.
[2.1.1] - 2021-09-01
- Fix missing file error for bulk grade. Some of the files were expired but the code still expect to read it without try/catch.
[2.1.0] - 2020-07-26
- Added Django 3.0, 3.1 & 3.2 Support
[2.0.1] - 2020-03-12
- Update write_file and get_iterator to allow row/column overrides
[2.0.0] - 2020-12-23
- Removed python 3.5 support
- Adds support for celery 5
[1.1.0] - 2020-12-02
- Add code_owner custom attribute for monitoring celery tasks.
[1.0.3] - 2020-11-20
- Updated travis badge in README.rst to point to travis-ci.com
[1.0.2] - 2020-09-14
- Move to Apache License
[1.0.1] - 2020-09-14
- Minor updates to attrs, code-annotations, and freezegun dependencies
[1.0.0] - 2020-09-02
- Upgrade celery to 4.2.2
[0.9.9] - 2020-05-28
- Removed caniusepython3 & python_2_unicode_compatible packages
[0.9.8] - 2020-05-04
- dropped support for Django version less than 2.2 and Added support for python 3.8
[0.9.7] - 2020-03-05
- Remove django-celery dependency
[0.9.6] - 2019-11-20
- Django 2.2 support
[0.9.5] - 2019-10-08
- Decode the input file before passing to DictReader if necessary
[0.9.4] - 2019-09-24
- Let the DeferrableMixin.save() method take an optional operating_user parameter.
[0.9.3] - 2019-09-20
- Commit after CSVOperation creation so that async celery tasks can find the operation record when they start.
[0.9.2] - 2019-09-17
- If a class inheriting from DeferrableMixin has a field user_id, use that user for the CSVOperation
[0.9.1] - 2019-07-19
- Reverses the ordering of CSV operation history rows
[0.8] - 2019-07-22
- Changes checksum column to avoid CSV quoting issues
[0.7.1] - 2019-07-19
- Exposes additional fields in serialized history of operations re:degree of success of the operation
[0.5.0] - 2019-07-02
- Exposes methods for serializing history of operations for particular processors.
[0.1.0] - 2019-05-15
- First release on PyPI.
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