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Cmd utility that send stdin to google sheets

Project description

A simple command line utility that sends your stdin to sheets.

Available on pip by `pip install tosheets` (python3+ only)

***NOTE:*** On first use, tosheets will open a browser window to authorize OAuth2 token.
## Using `tosheets`
Pipe a local file to a new spreadsheet.
cat data.csv | tosheets

Pipe a local file to an existing spreadsheet:
(Given a URL like ``)
cat data.csv | tosheets -c B4 --spreadsheet=sample-spread-sheet-id-23sdf32543fs

Send sequence from 1 to 10 to a column starting at B4:
seq 1 10 | tosheets -c B4 --spreadsheet=sample-spread-sheet-id-23sdf32543fs

Send a matrix:
1 2
3 4
To the same location:

echo -e '1 2\n3 4' | tosheets -c B4 --spreadsheet=sample-spread-sheet-id-23sdf32543fs

To sheets has a variety of other options listed:
tosheets, send stdin to your google sheets

tosheets -c <cell> [-u] [-s <sheet>] [--spreadsheet=<spreadsheet>] [--new-sheet=<name>] [-d <delimiter>]
tosheets (-h | --help)
tosheets --version

-h --help Prints help.
--version Show version.
-u Update CELL(s) instead of appending.
-c CELL Start appending to CELL.
-s SHEET Use sheet name SHEET, otherwise tries to use
TOSHEETS_SHEET (default: first visible sheet).
-d DELIMITER Use DELIMITER to split each line (default: whitespace).
--spreadsheet=<spreadsheet> Send to the spreadsheet identified by spreadshetId
Falls back to TOSHEETS_SPREADSHEET enviroment variable,
or creates a new sheet if both are empty.
--new-sheet=<name> Create a new spreadsheet with the chosen name. Prints the
spreadsheetId so it can be piped/stored.

### Distribution
python sdist bdist_wheel
twine upload dist/*

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