Gist Evernote Importer
Relies of the Evernote gem, Typhoeus, and Datamapper to quickly import and
keep your gists up to date inside of Evernote.
I use evernote for saving things like receipts and business cards, and random
digital cruft I accumulate over the course of my day.
The only thing missing was my Github Gists. For that matter, Gists in general
are a great way to stash code snippets, but have no means of searching.
Evernote on the other hand has great search capabilities, but TERRIBLE support
for code snippets.
This project tries to rectify the situation by creating a one direction sync of
your Github gists to an evernote Notebook of your choosing.
Installation requires the bundle gem, curl, git, ruby-dev, make, libsqlite3-dev and an editor such as vim e.g. (on Ubuntu 14.04):
apt-get update apt-get install -y curl git ruby-dev make libsqlite3-dev vim gem install bundle --no-rdoc --no-ri
First, get an API token from Evernote. This will let you access just your account.
git clone https://github.com/mdp/GistEvernoteImport.git cd GistEvernoteImport bundle install bundle exec ruby setup.rb #Follow the instructions bundle exec ruby import.rb
If anything in your gists change, this will automatically update to appropriate
note in Evernote with the information on the next run.
Using it with Docker
# Create a directory to store the config and database mkdir $HOME/.gistevernote # Pull the latest docker build docker pull mpercival/gistevernote #Setup your credentials - will be written to /app/data/config.yml docker run --rm -it -v $HOME/.gistevernote:/app/data mpercival/gistevernote bundle exec setup.rb # Run it docker run --rm -v $HOME/.gistevernote:/app/data mpercival/gistevernote
The sqlfile located at /app/data/db.sql is necessary to keep the state of your sync'd gists.
Therefore this image should only be run in from one container, otherwise you'll
end up with duplicate Evernote notes.
If this happens, you can simple delete /app/data/db.sql along with your Evernote
gist notebook and rerun the process to start over.
There's a sqlite database storing the Gist, the Evernote Guid, and the current
hash of all the files. Any changes to the gist makes the hash invalid, which
then updates the Evernote note with the matching Guid.