Commit e169f082 authored by scmoritz's avatar scmoritz
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Changed output of script to related list and complete list

parent c634df11
# Byte-compiled / optimized / DLL files
......@@ -9,3 +9,5 @@ participants list, right click and select "save this page" or "save as...". Then
select html only and save it. Then point the parse script to the downloaded html
file as follows:
`./ file.html`
The script creates two new files `related_list.txt` and `complete_list.txt`.
#!/usr/bin/env python
#!/usr/bin/env python3
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
import sys
import csv
......@@ -12,67 +13,74 @@ maleguest_endtag = "<br>"
femaleguest_tags = ["<span>femaleguest1:</span> ", "<span>femaleguest2:</span> "]
femaleguest_endtags = ["<br>", "<br>"]
# This function searches for the names of the participants in the html text
def getParticipants(text, tag, endTag):
participants = []
index = text.find(tag)
def getAllParticipants(text):
guests = {}
index = text.find(primaryguest_tag)
while index < len(text) and index != -1:
# get the location of the endtag
index_end = text.find(endTag, index+len(tag))
tag = primaryguest_tag
# found primary, now search for male and female guests
index_end = text.find(primaryguest_endtag, index+len(tag))
if index_end != index+len(tag):
index = text.find(tag, index+1)
prim_name = reverseName(text[index+len(tag):index_end])
return participants
# searching for next tag
male_name = searchNextName(text, index, maleguest_tag, maleguest_endtag)
female_names = []
for i in range(0, len(femaleguest_tags)):
female_names.append(searchNextName(text, index, femaleguest_tags[i],
# set new index
index = text.find(primaryguest_tag, index+len(primaryguest_tag))
guests[prim_name] = {'male': male_name, 'female': female_names}
return guests
def searchNextName(text, index, tag, endTag):
index = text.find(tag, index)
index_end = text.find(endTag, index+len(tag))
if index != -1 and index_end != -1:
return reverseName(text[index+len(tag):index_end])
return ""
# This function tries to split names in forename and surname
# It simply searches for the last space in the string and splits the string
# at that position.
def splitNames(name):
index = name.rfind(" ")
index = name.rstrip().rfind(" ")
if index != -1:
return (name[0:index], name[index+1:])
else: # assume only forename
return (name, "")
# open file
with open(filename, 'r') as html:
text =;
def reverseName(name):
if name == "":
return ""
split = splitNames(name)
return "{}, {}".format(split[1].title(), split[0].title())
participants_primary = getParticipants(text, primaryguest_tag, primaryguest_endtag)
# filter unconrfirmed
for i in range(0, len(participants_primary)):
index = participants_primary[i].find(" <span>(unconfirmed)</span>")
if index != -1:
participants_primary[i] = participants_primary[i][0:index]
participants_male = getParticipants(text, maleguest_tag, maleguest_endtag)
participants_female = []
for i in range(0, len(femaleguest_tags)):
participants_female.extend(getParticipants(text, femaleguest_tags[i],
# open file
with open(filename, encoding='utf-8') as html:
text =
participants = participants_primary
# remove all unconfirmed
text = text.replace(u' <span>(unconfirmed)</span>', '')
part_female_split = [splitNames(name) for name in participants_female]
part_male_split = [splitNames(name) for name in participants_male]
part_primary_split = [splitNames(name) for name in participants_primary]
part_split = [splitNames(name) for name in participants]
guests = getAllParticipants(text)
# sort for lastnames
part_female_split.sort(key=lambda t: t[1])
part_male_split.sort(key=lambda t: t[1])
part_primary_split.sort(key=lambda t: t[1])
part_split.sort(key=lambda t: t[1])
with open("complete_list.txt", "w", encoding='utf-8') as complete_list, \
open("related_list.txt", "w", encoding='utf-8') as related_list:
guests_all = []
for k in sorted(guests.keys()):
related_list.write("{}:\n\tmaleguest: {}".format(k, guests[k]['male']))
related_list.write("\n\tfemaleguest1: {}\n\tfemaleguest2: {}\n".format(guests[k]['female'][0], guests[k]['female'][1]))
guests_all.extend([k, guests[k]['male'], guests[k]['female'][0], guests[k]['female'][1]])
with open("complete_list.csv", "w") as csvfile:
writer = csv.writer(csvfile, delimiter=',', quotechar='|',
for name in part_split:
# strip empty names
guests_all = [x for x in guests_all if x]
for name in guests_all:
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