command line micro wiki written in Python
ben+python at benfinney.id.au
Tue Jan 31 18:39:21 EST 2017
Paul Wolf <paulwolf333 at gmail.com> writes:
> I've created a command line utility for managing text files. It's
> written in Python: […]
> The key aspects are
> * Entirely command-line driven
> * Text documents only with a slight preference for Markdown
The Python community has a stronger (?) preference for reStructuredText
format. Can that be the default?
That is, I want my text files to be named ‘foo’ (no suffix) or ‘foo.txt’
(because they're primarily text), and have the default be to parse them
> I'd be interested in feedback if there is any interest in using this
> kind of utility. I'll expose a python API so bulk operations can be
> done easily on the command line or via scripts.
This is a great way to start!
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