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  1. Hi, hope this is the right place to ask this. Is anyone here aware of Geeknote for Evernote? Its a python based app for accessing Evernote through command line. It's currently at v01 i think but haven't been updated for some time. I have written a python plugin for a 3D app I'm using on a daily basis for my work, which collects data from a 3D scene and uploads it as a note to evernote with checkboxes lists etc. This increases efficiency massively in my work as I'm able to very quickly bring myself up to date on files I haven't looked at for a while, but having to go back to for updates on client request etc. I'm wondering if this accessibility is something Evernote is going to continue to support or even possibly provide themselves in the near future? I'd be sad to see this accessibility not being available in the near future for whatever reason. https://github.com/VitaliyRodnenko/geeknote thanks, david
  2. I'm importing the NoteResultSpec struct using the python SDK with the following line: from evernote.edam.notestore.ttypes import NoteResultSpec And I'm getting an import error. Is this struct still supported? If not, how do I fetch Note content as notestore.getNote is deprecated and this struct is needed for notestore.getNoteWithResultSpec?
  3. Hello, I'm a newbie for web app developing. Here's my question - When I run the django sample included in the evernote SDK for python. There's a authorization page describes what my application be able to do, and what's my application NOT able to do. Just like the 1st attached file. My question is - How can I enable the permission to access the account information when user authorizes the web app??? (Like the remain bandwidth and next cycle start day). The 2nd attached file is what I working on recently. I hope user can get their own account remain bandwidth and next cycle start day when they visit the web app.
  4. Hello, I've been using Evernote for a few years, and was looking for someway to transfer my thousands of Kindle highlights to it. Github had a few solutions, but they were all several years old and didn't really make good use of the API. I wrote my own Kindle2Evernote Python script. I'm not sure what else to do with it, and would be interested if any developers have any futher ideas for me. I'm not super interested in providing for the everyman with some kind of GUI, but for people with basic programming experience should be able to make use of it. In brief, a user gets a development token from Evernote, and downloads their highlights page from kindle.amazon.com, and directs the script to it. The script parses the HTML, and sends the API one note for every highlight, containing the name of the book, the author, the highlight, a Kindle link to the passage, and various IDs. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
  5. Hi, What I'm looking for is a feature like my post in this stack overflow post:http://stackoverflow.com/questions/27950710/in-... If you scroll down on the page, you will see my post with the heading 'Try "Python Script" plugin'. If it could be possible to extend the desktop Evernote app so that I can add custom macros (e.g. using Python or another language/platform, such as .NET), it would really enhance my experience with using Evernote. The reason for the feature request is that it's great that new notes are timestamped when created, but if I realize that there was a typo or mistake in one of my previous notes, when I go to edit the note, it replaces the timestamp (of when it was created) with the timestamp from when it was *edited*, which causes me to not actually know when the note was created. This has caused me to instead depend on adding the actual time to various parts of a note so that I can easily find notes that are associated with a particular date or time by searching them for the string with the date. Despite my original motivation, I can see the utility of adding custom macros for inserting text. The potential is pretty limitless.By the way, the plugin pattern is super useful from an engineering perspective in general, and if you're using an IoC / DI container (such as Ninject or Castle Windsor) in your framework, it's very easy to extend the application to take plugins by reflecting over the namespace or file directory and loading the assemblies or modules at runtime. The key would be to ensure that you get the security right (to prevent malicious code from reaching your server), but I'm sure that there are ways to restrict the code loaded as 3rd party plugins.
  6. Is there a way to add code such as $>this code block right here it would be super useful since I store my programming notes in here. I don't want to change the font size and indent everytime. If this isn't available please add this on. I know many others would benefit. Also, if you guys could team up with Beaker Notebook since they have the coding version of this. If you could collaborate with them it would be HUGE!
  7. python-oauth2を使ってOAuthアクセストークン(トークンクレデンシャル)を取得したいのですが、"Sorry, we've encountered an unexpected err"となり、うまくいかずに困っております。 以下にソースを書きます。 import oauth2 import urlparse # アクセストークン要求URI ACCESS_TOKEN_URL='https://sandbox.evernote.com/oauth' CONSUMER_KEY=コンシューマキー CONSUMER_SECRET=コンシューマシークレット REQUEST_TOKEN=リクエストトークン OAUTH_VERIFIER=ベリファイア(上記リクエストトークンでOAuth承認時に取得したもの) consumer=oauth2.Consumer(key=CONSUMER_KEY, secret=CONSUMER_SECRET) token=oauth2.Token(REQUEST_TOKEN, '') token.set_verifier(OAUTH_VERIFIER) client=oauth2.Client(consumer, token) client.set_signature_method(oauth2.SignatureMethod_PLAINTEXT()) resp, content=client.request(ACCESS_TOKEN_URL, "POST") access_token=dict(urlparse.parse_qsl(content)) print access_token; print 'Access Token: %s' % access_token['oauth_token'] print 'Access Token Secret: %s' % access_token['oauth_token_secret'] なお、リクエストトークン(一時クレデンシャル)はpython-oauth2で取得出来ています。 不足や間違った処理、別な方法など、ございましたら教えてください。
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