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Convert a list of dictionaries to a markdown formatted table.

Project description

tomark

A Python module that converts a list of dictionaries to a markdown formatted table.

Note: Each dict in the list must have the same number of elements.

Installing

!python3 -m pip install --upgrade tomark

Usage:

from tomark import Tomark

data = [
  {
    'pr': 291, 
    'status': 'closed', 
    'date': 'None', 
    'title': 'Adds new wiz bang feature'
  },
  {
    'pr': 290, 
    'status': 'v1.0', 
    'date': 'None', 
    'title': 'Updates UI to be more awesome'
  }
]

markdown = Tomark.table(data)
print(markdown)

Example table output:

PR Status Date Title
292 open None Adds new wiz bang feature
286 v1.0 None Updates UI to be more awesome

Example raw ouput:

| PR  | Status | Date | Title |
|----|----|----|----|
| 292 | open | None | Adds new wiz bang feature |
| 286 | v1.0 | None | Updates UI to be more awesome |

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