pinboard | Scripts for working with Pinboard | Script Programming library

 by   keith Python Version: 1.3.0 License: MIT

kandi X-RAY | pinboard Summary

kandi X-RAY | pinboard Summary

pinboard is a Python library typically used in Programming Style, Script Programming applications. pinboard has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.

This is a small set of scripts for working with Pinboard.

            kandi-support Support

              pinboard has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 7 star(s) with 1 fork(s). There are 1 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              pinboard has no issues reported. There are no pull requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of pinboard is 1.3.0

            kandi-Quality Quality

              pinboard has no bugs reported.

            kandi-Security Security

              pinboard has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.

            kandi-License License

              pinboard is licensed under the MIT License. This license is Permissive.
              Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.

            kandi-Reuse Reuse

              pinboard releases are available to install and integrate.
              Build file is available. You can build the component from source.
              Installation instructions, examples and code snippets are available.

            Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

            kandi has reviewed pinboard and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into pinboard implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.
            • Main entry point .
            • Build the argument parser .
            • Get the authentication token .
            • Ask the user for a given URL .
            • Return the status code of a given URL .
            • Format a URL .
            • Return a list of Bookmarks .
            • Initialize the object .
            • Deletes the object .
            • Handles signals .
            Get all kandi verified functions for this library.

            pinboard Key Features

            No Key Features are available at this moment for pinboard.

            pinboard Examples and Code Snippets

            No Code Snippets are available at this moment for pinboard.

            Community Discussions


            Pinboard bookmarklet is blocked after upgrade to Firefox 85
            Asked 2021-Feb-25 at 05:18

            The popup bookmarklet worked well until updated to Firefox 85. Now it is blocked by Firefox. As I use this bookmarklet to bookmark websites to Pinbord, It is not practical to make exceptions for all websites. How can I make this bookmarklet not being blocked?

            The code of this bookmarklet is:



            Answered 2021-Feb-25 at 05:18

            It was a bug of Firefox 85 as pointed by @stmoebius. Now it has been fixed by Firefox 86.



            What makes the minified Hello World Android APK so large - 800KB?
            Asked 2019-Jun-22 at 11:17

            This isn't a general gripe about the bloat of Android apps nowadays*, but a very specific question:

            If you install Android Studio 2.3.3 and create the "Hello world" sample app (as described in the Building your first app official tutorial), then build a release APK, the resulting file is 825KB (I tested this on Linux, but I suspect the output is the same on other OSes).

            I've already enabled ProGuard and there are no images or other resources.

            What goes in that APK by default?


            How can that bloat be taken out?

            By comparison, in 2013 a Hello World app was under 10Kb.

            * I remember when decent fully-functional apps were a few hundred KBs, and by comparison a PWA like Uber is 1% the size of the corresponding Android app



            Answered 2017-Jun-19 at 04:23

            Exclude all AppCompat libraries and you will see size decrease to about 100kb.

            appcompat v7 is automatically attached even if you do not use it at all

            In your build.gradle, exclude from "dependencies": compile '

            You'll also have to edit res\values\styles.xml to become only this:



            Unable to publish non-monolithic script module to local PowerShell Gallery with 7 or more functions
            Asked 2019-May-27 at 23:40

            I am unable to successfully publish a non-monolithic script module to my local PowerShell Gallery when using PowerShell 5.1 and my module contains 7 or more functions. Publishes fine with 6 or less functions.

            Example: FunctionsToExport = 'Get-Test1', 'Get-Test2 ', 'Get-Test3', 'Get-Test4', 'Get-Test5', 'Get-Test6', 'Get-Test7'

            The publish always hangs at 'VERBOSE: Performing the operation "Publish-Module" on target…', but never completes.

            I am not seeing any errors, so I am not sure why it is hanging.

            What does work:
            I can successfully publish my non-monolithic script module to my local PowerShell Gallery when it contains 6 or less functions.

            Example: FunctionsToExport = 'Get-Test1', 'Get-Test2 ', 'Get-Test3', 'Get-Test4', 'Get-Test5', 'Get-Test6'

            This works fine: VERBOSE: Successfully published module…

            If I simply add one more function and update the manifest, I can no longer publish without it hanging again at the same place.

            I am pretty sure I am missing a step, but I am having trouble figuring out what I missed.

            I am learning the non-monolithic script module design from Mike F Robbins by reading his blog posts and watching his presentations. The gist of this design is each function is in a separate PS1 file that is dot sourced from the PSM1 file.

            Summary of how I build my script modules:

            • Create new script module scaffolding using custom Plaster template.
            • Add functions to the folder named Public.
            • Update module version and FunctionsToExport section in manifest.
            • Use PsDeploy or Publish-Module to deploy to a local PowerShell Gallery.
            • The local PowerShell Gallery is just a folder on my data drive G:\JnPowerShellGallery.

            This is how I am publishing my module to my local PSGallery.



            Answered 2019-May-27 at 23:40

            Ok, I just found out I can publish my module successfully using PowerShell Core 6.2.0!

            Joel on powershell-help channel suggested to change the .psd1 file encoding to UTF8 with BOM. He said PowerShell 5 doesn't like .psd1 files that don't have BOM. They are encoded with UTF8 by default in vscode. I did try changing the encoding, but this did not fix my problem.

            Thanks to his suggestion, I thought of trying to publish my module with PowerShell Core 6.2.0 and it worked!

            This does not exactly solve the problem with PowerShell 5.1, but I don't mind switching to PowerShell Core 6.2.0 to publish my modules. This solves my problem.



            Need to make photos appear in random order but maintain side by side responsiveness.
            Asked 2018-Oct-05 at 18:22

            So I wrote a code to make 4 photos (or more) be responsive (Pinboard like) but I can't figure out how to make the photos be random.

            Example: You visit the page and you see img A: B: C :D Then when you refresh the page there is a different set of images. I know there is plenty of tutorials to randomize photos but I haven't found anything with the pinboard like design that I created.

            Could really use some help in understanding what code I need to add to make the photos change with each page refresh instead of always showing the same photos.

            HERES MY CODE:



            Answered 2018-Oct-05 at 18:22

            The shuffle() function randomizes the order of the elements in the array.

            This function assigns new keys for the elements in the array. Existing keys will be removed



            Scrape Pinboard recursively with Scrapy - “Spider must return Request” error
            Asked 2017-Aug-20 at 08:36

            In an effort to hone my python and Spark GraphX skills, I have been trying to build a graph of Pinboard users and bookmarks. In order to do so, I scrape Pinboard bookmarks recursively in the following fashion:

            1. Start with a user and scrape all bookmarks
            2. For each bookmark, identified by a url_slug, find all users that have also saved the same bookmark.
            3. For each user from step 2, repeat the process (go to 1, ...)

            Despite having tried suggestions from several threads here (including using Rules), when I try to implement this logic, I get the following error:

            ERROR: Spider must return Request, BaseItem, dict or None, got 'generator'

            which I strongly suspect has to do with this mix of yield/return in my code.

            Here a quick description of my code:

            My main parse method finds all bookmark items for one user (also following any previous pages with bookmarks of the same user) and yields the parse_bookmark method to scrape these bookmarks.



            Answered 2017-Aug-20 at 08:36

            The problem is your below block of code



            How to insert into association table via HTML form?
            Asked 2017-Mar-16 at 18:21

            Trying to reproduce (in the simplest way possible) Maciej Cegłowski's; instead of Links and Tags, I have Books and Tags. Every Book can be tagged with any number of Tag's, and a Tag is associated with many Book's.



            Answered 2017-Mar-16 at 18:21

            First, construction of the book_dict dictionary:



            Improve speed of query in a many-to-many relationship
            Asked 2017-Mar-09 at 17:47

            In an attempt to teach myself how to program, I'm making a little web app (Flask, SQLAlchemy, Jijna) to display all the books I've ever ordered from Amazon.

            In the "barest bones" possible way, I'm trying to learn how to replicate—that's my paragon; Maciej Cegłowski is a straight G ... I have no idea how his site runs so goddamn fast: I can load 160 bookmark entries—all with associated tags—in, I dunno, 500 ms? ... which is why I know I am doing something terribly, terribly wrong, as is discussed below. (If I could, I would just pay him to tutor me. lulz.)

            In any case, I created a many-to-many relationship between my books Class and my tag Class such that a user can (1) click on a book and see all its tags, as well as (2) click on a tag and see all associated books. Here is my table architecture:

            Entity relationship diagram

            Here is the code for the relationship between the two Classes:



            Answered 2017-Feb-21 at 08:22

            Most of the answer is in the question.

            In the first example 1 SQL query is executed when you iterate through books table. In the second example a separate assoc query is executed for every Book. So it is about 400 SQL queries which are quite time consuming. You can view them in your app debug log if you set SQLALCHEMY_ECHO config parameter:


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