michel-orgmode / michel /

#!/usr/bin/env python
Pushes/pulls org-mode text files to google tasks

  michel pull [list name]             prints the default tasklist to stdout
                                      in org-mode format.
  michel push <org-file> [list name]  replace the default tasklist with the
                                      content of <org-file>.
from __future__ import with_statement
import gflags
import httplib2
from apiclient.discovery import build
from oauth2client.file import Storage
from oauth2client.client import OAuth2WebServerFlow
from import run
from xdg.BaseDirectory import save_data_path #, save_config_path 
import os.path
import sys
import re
import cStringIO

class TasksTree(object):
    Tree for holding tasks

    A TasksTree:
    - is a task (except the root, which just holds the list)
    - has subtasks
    - may have a task_id
    - may have a title

    def __init__(self, title=None, task_id=None, task_notes=None, task_status=None):
        self.title = title
        self.task_id = task_id
        self.subtasks = []
        self.notes = task_notes
        # *status* usually takes on the value 'completed' or 'needsAction'
        self.status = task_status
    def __getitem__(self, key):
        return self.subtasks[key]
    def __setitem__(self, key, val):
        self.subtasks[key] = val
    def __delitem__(self, key):
    def __len__(self):
        return len(self.subtasks)

    def get(self, task_id):
        """Returns the task of given id"""
        if self.task_id == task_id:
            return self
            for subtask in self.subtasks:
                if subtask.get(task_id) != None:
                    return subtask.get(task_id)

    def add_subtask(self, title, task_id = None, parent_id = None,
            task_notes=None, task_status=None):
        Adds a subtask to the tree
        - with the specified task_id
        - as a child of parent_id
        if not parent_id:
            self.subtasks.append(TasksTree(title, task_id, task_notes, task_status))
            if not self.get(parent_id):
                raise ValueError, "No element with suitable parent id"
            self.get(parent_id).add_subtask(title, task_id, None, task_notes,
    def add_subtree(self, tree_to_add, include_root=False, root_title=None,
        """Add *tree_to_add* as a subtree of this tree.
        If *include_root* is False, then the children of *tree_to_add* will be
        added as children of this tree's root node.  Otherwise, the root node
        of *tree_to_add* will be added as a child of this tree's root node.
        The *root_title* and *root_notes* arguments are optional, and can be
        used to set the title and notes of *tree_to_add*'s root node when
        *include_root* is True. 
        if not include_root:
            if root_title is not None:
                tree_to_add.title = root_title
            if tree_to_add.title is None:
                tree_to_add.title = ""
            if root_notes is not None:
                tree_to_add.notes = root_notes
    def last(self, level):
        """Return the last task added at a given level of the tree.
        Level 0 is the "root" node of the tree, and there is only one node at
        this level, which contains all of the level 1 nodes (tasks/headlines).
        A TaskTree object is returned that corresponds to the last task having
        the specified level.  This TaskTree object will have the last task as
        the root node of the tree, and will maintain all of the node's
        if level == 0:
            return self
            res = None
            for subtask in self.subtasks:
                x = subtask.last(level - 1)
                if x is not None:
                    res = x
            if res is not None:
                return res

    def push(self, service, list_id, parent = None, root=True):
        """Pushes the task tree to the given list"""
        # We do not want to push the root node
        if not root:
            args = {'tasklist': list_id,
                    'body': {
                                'title': self.title,
                                'notes': self.notes,
                                'status': self.status
            if parent:
                args['parent'] = parent
            res = service.tasks().insert(**args).execute()
            self.task_id = res['id']
        # the API head inserts, so we insert in reverse.
        for subtask in reversed(self.subtasks):
            subtask.push(service, list_id, parent=self.task_id, root=False)

    def _lines(self, level):
        """Returns the sequence of lines of the string representation"""
        res = []
        for subtask in self.subtasks:
            #indentations = '\t' * level
            # add number of asterisks corresponding to depth of task, followed
            # by "DONE" if the task is marked as completed.
            done_string = ""
            if (subtask.status is not None) and (subtask.status == "completed"):
                done_string = " DONE"
            indentations = '*' * (level+1) + done_string + " "
            res.append(indentations + subtask.title)
            if subtask.notes is not None:
                notes = subtask.notes
                # add initial space to lines starting w/'*', so that it isn't treated as a task
                if notes.startswith("*"):
                    notes = " " + notes
                notes = notes.replace("\n*", "\n *")
            subtasks_lines = subtask._lines(level + 1)
            res += subtasks_lines
        return res

    def __str__(self):
        """string representation of the tree.
        Only the root-node's children (and their descendents...) are printed,
        not the root-node itself.
        # always add a trailing "\n" because text-files normally include a "\n"
        # at the end of the last line of the file.
        return '\n'.join(self._lines(0)) + "\n"

def concatenate_trees(t1, t2):
    """Combine tree *t1*'s children with tree *t2*'s children.
    A tree is returned whose children include the children of *t1* and the
    children of *t2*.  The root node of the returned tree is a dummy node
    having no title.
    Note: children are treated as references, so modifying *t1* after creating
    the combined tree will also modify the combined tree.
    joined_tree = TasksTree()
    return joined_tree

def get_service():
    Handle oauth's shit (copy-pasta from
    Yes I do publish a secret key here, apparently it is normal
    FLAGS = gflags.FLAGS
    FLOW = OAuth2WebServerFlow(
    FLAGS.auth_local_webserver = False
    storage = Storage(os.path.join(save_data_path("michel"), "oauth.dat"))
    credentials = storage.get()
    if credentials is None or credentials.invalid == True:
        credentials = run(FLOW, storage)
    http = httplib2.Http()
    http = credentials.authorize(http)
    return build(serviceName='tasks', version='v1', http=http)

def get_list_id(service, list_name=None):
    if list_name is None:
        list_id = "@default"
        # look up id by list name
        tasklists = service.tasklists().list().execute()
        for tasklist in tasklists['items']:
            if tasklist['title'] == list_name:
                list_id = tasklist['id']
            # no list with the given name was found
            print '\nERROR: No google task-list named "%s"\n' % list_name

    return list_id

def print_todolist(list_name=None):
    """Prints the todo list of given id"""
    service = get_service()
    list_id = get_list_id(service, list_name)
    tasks = service.tasks().list(tasklist=list_id).execute()
    tasks_tree = TasksTree()
    tasklist = [t for t in tasks.get('items', [])]
    fail_count = 0
    while tasklist != [] and fail_count < 1000 :
        t = tasklist.pop(0)
            tasks_tree.add_subtask(t['title'].encode('utf-8'), t['id'],
                    t.get('parent'), t.get('notes'), t.get('status'))
        except ValueError:
            fail_count += 1

def erase_todolist(list_id):
    """Erases the todo list of given id"""
    service = get_service()
    tasks = service.tasks().list(tasklist=list_id).execute()
    for task in tasks.get('items', []):

def parse_path(path):
    """Parses an org-mode file and returns a tree"""
    file_lines = open(path, "r").readlines()
    file_text = "".join(file_lines)
    return parse_text(file_text)
def parse_text(text):
    """Parses an org-mode formatted block of text and returns a tree"""
    # create a (read-only) file object containing *text*
    f = cStringIO.StringIO(text)
    headline_regex = re.compile("^(\*+ )( *)(DONE )?")
    tasks_tree = TasksTree()
    indent_level = 0
    last_indent_level = 0
    seen_first_task = False
    task_notes = None
    for n, line in enumerate(f):
        matches = headline_regex.findall(line)
        line = line.rstrip("\n")
            # assign task_depth; root depth starts at 0
            num_asterisks_and_space = len(matches[0][0])
            # if we get to this point, then it means that a new task is
            # starting on this line -- we need to add the last-parsed task
            # to the tree (if this isn't the first task encountered)
            if seen_first_task:
                # add the task to the tree
                if task_notes is not None:
                    # this means there was some text at the beginning of the
                    # file before any headline was encountered.  We create a
                    # dummy headline to contain this text.
                # this is the first task, so skip adding a last-task to the
                # tree, and record that we've encountered our first task
                seen_first_task = True
            indent_level = num_asterisks_and_space - 2
            # strip off asterisks-and-space prefix
            line = line[num_asterisks_and_space:]
            if matches[0][2] == 'DONE ':
                task_status = 'completed'
                # number of spaces preceeding 'DONE' and after
                # asterisks+single-space
                num_extra_spaces = len(matches[0][1])
                # remove the '[ ...]DONE ' from the line
                line = line[num_extra_spaces + len('DONE '):]
                task_status = 'needsAction'
            task_title = line
            task_notes = None
        except IndexError:
            # this is not a task, but a task-notes line
            if task_notes is None:
                task_notes = line
                task_notes += "\n" + line
        assert indent_level <= last_indent_level + 1, ("line %d: "
                "subtask has no parent task" % n)
        last_indent_level = indent_level
    # END: for loop
    # add the last task to the tree, since the for loop won't be iterated
    # again after the last line of the file (tasks are added at beginning
    # of the for loop)

    return tasks_tree

def push_todolist(path, list_name):
    """Pushes the specified file to the specified todolist"""
    service = get_service()
    list_id = get_list_id(service, list_name)
    tasks_tree = parse_path(path)
    tasks_tree.push(service, list_id)

def main():
    if (len(sys.argv)) < 2:
    elif sys.argv[1] == "pull":
        if not len(sys.argv) > 2:
            list_name = None
            list_name = sys.argv[2]
    elif sys.argv[1] == "push":
        if len(sys.argv) < 3:
            print("'push' expects at least 1 argument")
        path = sys.argv[2]
        if not os.path.exists(path):
            print("The file you want to push does not exist.")
        if not len(sys.argv) > 3:
            list_name = None
            list_name = sys.argv[3]
        push_todolist(path, list_name)

if __name__ == "__main__":