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#!/usr/bin/env python2
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# vim: set expandtab tabstop=4 shiftwidth=4 :
# - Takes a JSON dump from Unmark and pumps the
# entries, one at a time, into a Shaarli instance.
# By: The Doctor
# License: GPLv3
# v1.0 - Initial release.
# TO-DO:
# Load modules.
import argparse
import json
import jwt
import logging
import os.path
import requests
import sys
import time
# Constants.
# Global variables.
argparser = None
args = None
loglevel = None
jsonfile = None
bookmarks = {}
new_bookmark = {}
jwt_headers = {}
payload = {}
jwt_token = None
headers = {}
request = None
# Functions.
# Figure out what to set the logging level to. There isn't a straightforward
# way of doing this because Python uses constants that are actually integers
# under the hood, and I'd really like to be able to do something like
# loglevel = 'logging.' + loglevel
# I can't have a pony, either. Takes a string, returns a Python loglevel.
def process_loglevel(loglevel):
if loglevel == "critical":
return 50
if loglevel == "error":
return 40
if loglevel == "warning":
return 30
if loglevel == "info":
return 20
if loglevel == "debug":
return 10
if loglevel == "notset":
return 0
# Core code...
# Set up a command line argument parser.
argparser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description="A command line utility which takes a JSON dump from Unmark and pumps it into a Shaarli instance using the API.")
argparser.add_argument("--loglevel", action="store", default="info",
help="Valid log levels: critical, error, warning, info, debug, notset. Defaults to info.")
argparser.add_argument("--apikey", action="store", required=True,
help="API key for a Shaarli instance.")
argparser.add_argument("--url", action="store", required=True,
help="Full URL to a Shaarli instance. Must include the /api/v1 bit.")
argparser.add_argument("--bookmarks", action="store", required=True,
help="Full path to a JSON document containing an Unmark dump.")
argparser.add_argument("--dryrun", action="store_true", default=False,
help="If set, the utility will not try to write anything.")
argparser.add_argument("--delay", action="store", type=float, default=2.5,
help="Number of seconds to wait in between requests. Defaults to 2.5.")
# Parse the argument vector.
args = argparser.parse_args()
# Set up logging.
loglevel = process_loglevel(args.loglevel.lower())
logging.basicConfig(level=loglevel, format="%(levelname)s: %(message)s")
logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)
# Make sure the bookmarks file exists.
if not os.path.exists(args.bookmarks):
logger.error("Unable to open Unmark bookmarks dump " + args.bookmarks + ".")
# Read in the Unmark JSON dump.
with open(args.bookmarks, "r") as jsonfile:
bookmarks = json.load(jsonfile)
# Build the JWT headers.
jwt_headers["alg"] = "HS512"
jwt_headers["typ"] = "JWT"
# Set the content type header.
headers["Content-Type"] = "application/json"
# Roll through each link in the JSON document.
for link in bookmarks["export"]["marks"]:
# Construct a new Shaarli bookmark.
new_bookmark["url"] = link["url"]
new_bookmark["title"] = link["title"]
new_bookmark["private"] = True
# Because Unmark has some annoying bugs, you can't count on links having
# descriptions (notes) set. Be careful when trying to extract them. We
# also clear the pound sounds out because, in Unmark, hashtags go in the
# freetext notes as well as a separate list of strings.
if link["notes"]:
new_bookmark["description"] = link["notes"].replace("#", "")
new_bookmark["description"] = ""
# Figure out what the tags are on the Unmark link, extract them, and push
# them into a list for Shaarli to ingest.
new_bookmark["tags"] = []
for tag in link["tags"].keys():
logger.debug("New Shaarli bookmark: " + str(new_bookmark))
# Build the JWT payload. The IAT time must be in UTC!
payload["iat"] = int(time.mktime(time.localtime()))
#logger.debug("Value of payload: " + str(payload))
# Build a JWT token.
jwt_token = jwt.encode(payload, args.apikey, algorithm="HS512",
#logger.debug("Value of jwt_token: " + jwt_token)
# Set the authorization header.
headers["Authorization"] = "Bearer " + jwt_token
# Send the new link to Shaarli if this isn't a dry run.
if not args.dryrun:"Sending link " + str(new_bookmark["url"]))
response ="/links",
data=json.dumps(new_bookmark), headers=headers)
else:"Not sending link because this is a dry run.")
# Sleep or a couple of seconds so we don't overwhelm the server.
# Fin.