These are all the Python files that generate http://gw2crafts.net
Requires Python 2.7.x. You will need to define a ftp_info.py file which contains 3 strings; ftp_url, ftp_user, and ftp_pass.
Primary .py Files:
Crafting -- The main file.
MakeGuide -- Calculated the actual guides based on prices and recipes.
MyPrices -- Gathers pricing data for generating the guides. Primary resource is GW2 API. Replace "u'cost':sitem[u'sells'][u'unit_price']" with "u'cost':sitem[u'buys'][u'unit_price'] if sitem[u'buys'][u'unit_price'] > Items.ilist[item][u'vendor_value'] else sitem[u'sells'][u'unit_price']" on line 197 to create guides based on buy orders of materials instead of lowest sale price.
MyPrint -- Functions for generating human readable output.
Globals -- Initializes a couple global variables and provides a global function.
Gen_ifn -- generates the localized FAQ, nav and index pages.
Localxx -- Localized language files. Need to be updated by hand.
Create_recipes -- creates all the secondary .py files you will need. A recent snapshot of those files is included.
Secondary .py Files:
Armorsmith, Artificer, Chef, Chef_karma, Huntsman, Jeweler, Leatherworker, Tailor -- Contain all recipes used by Crafting.py indexed by itemid(int).
Items_xx -- Contains itemid:name pairs for outputting item names in the correct language.
Items -- contains item_id indexed dictionary of thumbnail url, item count, rarity, vendor value, type, and if the item is discovered.
Run Create_recipes.py and when it finished you will have updated recipes for Crafting.py
Setup guide output:
If you want to upload the guides to AWS, create a ftp_info.py file with the variables amakey and amasec. Both variables should be strings.
If you want to output the guides locally, rather than uploading, open Output.py and comment out this line:
from output_aws import write_file # For uploading files to AWS
and uncomment this line:
#from output_local import write_file # For writing files to disk
If you want to upload the guides via FTP, comment out the same AWS line in output.py, and uncomment this line:
#from output_ftp import write_file # For uploading files via FTP
Additionally, create a ftp_info.py file with the variables ftp_url, ftp_user, and ftp_pass. All 3 variables should be strings.
Run Crafting.py, this step is much faster if you use pypy, and it will generate your guides.