Now developed and hosted on bitbucket: https://bitbucket.org/singerb/todo-txt-py.
A module for converting files in the todo.txt format to Python objects that allow in-memory editing operations on the representation; these objects can regenerate the contents of the file, allowing for round-trip editing.
None apart from Python; tested on 2.7.1.
When run from the command line this module should simply parse any files given (or stdin) and print them out after round-tripping them. This is present purely for easy verification of the parse correctness.
Simply instantiate a TodoFile object from your file data:
tf = TodoFile(filedata)
Then modify it as desired:
When finished, the new representation can be retrieved by string conversion:
To work with two files (e.g. for archiving):
src_file = TodoFile(src_data) dest_file = TodoFile(dest_data) src_file.move_item(3, dest_file) src_file.archive_all_items(dest_file) src.write(str(src_file)) dest.write(str(dest_file))
If you use and like this, please let me know! Patches, pull requests, suggestions etc. are all gratefully accepted.
Copyright 2012 Benedict Singer
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