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Transform tagged lists into readable files.

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From a file with a tag description format like:

apps:
  - name: fubar
    url: http://example.org/fubar
    description: a fubar app
    tags:
    - foo1
    - bar1

  - name: foo
    url: http://example.org/foo
    description: a foo app
    tags:
    - foo1
    - foo2

  - name: bar
    url: http://example.org/bar
    description: a bar app
    tags:
    - bar1
    - bar2

Generates a new file after applying a template with the inverted file, that is, a dict of tags with each app as a dict.

As an example, with the template:

Simple output for tageator

{% for item in categories | dictsort %}
- {{ item[0] }}
{%- for app in item[1] | sort(attribute='name') %}
  - {{ app.name }}: {{ app.description }} ({{ app.url }})
{%- endfor %}
{% endfor %}

The previous input file will generate:

Simple output for tageator


- bar1
  - bar: a bar app (http://example.org/bar)
  - fubar: a fubar app (http://example.org/fubar)

- bar2
  - bar: a bar app (http://example.org/bar)

- foo1
  - foo: a foo app (http://example.org/foo)
  - fubar: a fubar app (http://example.org/fubar)

- foo2
  - foo: a foo app (http://example.org/foo)

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