Adding one more method: export2HTMLFiles #4

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export2HTMLFiles takes the exported JSON file produced by Google's Takeout
(namely, 'starred.json') and dumps each starred entry in a numbered html file,
names as per title of the entry. The html files can then be simply dropped into the
Evernote desktop client.
This approach also does a good job of preserving the formatting of the note, and
it tends to be more consistent (more than 3000 entries from more than 200 blogs
have been imported using this method under OSX, where the other methods failed).
Since it's all local, there are no limits to how many notes you can import in one go.
Usage: export2HTMLFiles.py

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@davidedc davidedc ignoring all .json files that one might have in this directory 7de305c
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export2HTMLFiles takes the exported JSON file produced by Google's
Takeout
(namely, 'starred.json') and dumps each starred entry in a numbered
html file,
names as per title of the entry. The html files can then be simply
dropped into the
Evernote desktop client.
This approach also does a good job of preserving the formatting of the
note, and
it tends to be more consistent (more than 3000 entries from more than
200 blogs
have been imported using this method under OSX, where the other methods
failed).
Since it's all local, there are no limits to how many notes you can
import in one go.
    Usage: export2HTMLFiles.py
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@davidedc davidedc minor adjustments to the readme d2932e1
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odd formatting in evernote #2

@kerchen kerchen merged commit 208f163 into kerchen:master Mar 22, 2013
@bbattjer

Thanks! Best solution I've found so far, especially with the Mac client. Still confused why the .enex version doesn't work as I exported many notes created in evernote itself and did side by sides against ones created from the script and couldn't find any differences.

Anyway - thanks for this! Importing over 11,000 articles in to the google reader mac client as we speak via HTML!

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