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devil is a Python library typically used in Web Services, REST, Framework applications. devil has no bugs, it has build file available, it has a Permissive License and it has high support. However devil has 1 vulnerabilities. You can install using 'pip install devil' or download it from GitHub, PyPI.
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  • devil has a highly active ecosystem.
  • It has 13 star(s) with 5 fork(s). There are 1 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • devil has no issues reported. There are no pull requests.
  • It has a negative sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of devil is current.
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  • devil has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.
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  • devil has 1 vulnerability issues reported (0 critical, 1 high, 0 medium, 0 low).
  • devil code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
  • There are 0 security hotspots that need review.
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  • devil is licensed under the MIT License. This license is Permissive.
  • Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.
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  • devil releases are not available. You will need to build from source code and install.
  • Deployable package is available in PyPI.
  • Build file is available. You can build the component from source.
  • Installation instructions, examples and code snippets are available.
  • It has 2654 lines of code, 324 functions and 48 files.
  • It has low code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.
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Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

kandi has reviewed devil and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into devil implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.

  • Create a value from data .
  • Parse the Accept header .
  • Authenticate the request .
  • Coerce a PUT request .
  • Authenticate the user .
  • Clean the object .
  • Add an element to a node .
  • Convert data into XML .
  • Select parser from request .
  • Register mapper .

devil Key Features

REST framework for Django

Installation

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pip install devil

Quick Example

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from devil.resource import Resource

class MyTestResource(Resource):
    def get(self, request):
        return {'jedi': 'luke'}

Step by Step Instructions

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$ pip install devil
$ django-admin.py startproject phone_book
$ cd phone_book
$ python manage.py startapp contacts

URL Dispatching

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user_resource = resources.UserResource()

urlpatterns = patterns('',
    url(r'/user', user_resource),
)

Method Dispatching

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def post(self, data, request):

Dealing with Data

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$ curl http://localhost:8000/contact -X POST -d '{"name": "Darth Maul", "age": 24}' -H 'Content-Type: application/json'

HTTP Responses

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from devil import errors
def post(self, data, request):
    if data['age'] > 50:
        # too old
        raise errors.BadRequest("you're too old")

Defining Representations

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from django import forms
from devil import Representation

class UserRepresentation(Representation):
    username = forms.CharField(max_length=30)
    joined = forms.DateField(input_formats='%Y-%m-%d')

Using object factories

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from devil import Factory

class User(object):
    pass

class UserFactory(Factory):

    klass = User
    spec = UserRepresentation()

Configuration

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class Resource(object):
    access_controller = None
    allow_anonymous = True
    authentication = None
    representation = None
    post_representation = None
    factory = None
    post_factory = None
    default_mapper = None
    mapper = None

authentication

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from devil.auth import HttpBasic

class MyResource(Resource):
    authentication = HttpBasic()

access_controller

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from devil.resource import Resource
from devil.perm.acl import PermissionController

class MyResource(Resource):
    access_controller = PermissionController()

Rename files by comparing the filenames with the names in a text file

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$rootFolder = "C:\Users\Abraham\Desktop\Test"
$files      = Get-ChildItem -Path $rootFolder -File | Sort-Object { $_.Name.Length } -Descending
$filesNames = Get-Content -Path "$rootFolder\TextFile2.txt"

:loop foreach ($file in $files) 
{
    foreach ($name in $filesNames)
    {
        if ($name -match [regex]::Escape($file.BaseName))
        {
            [pscustomobject]@{
                FileObject = $file.BaseName
                FileName   = $name
            }
            Rename-Item -LiteralPath $file.FullName -NewName "$name$ext" -EA 0 -WhatIf
            continue loop
        }
    } 
}

Get data from pandas on specifics string

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import pandas as pd

data = pd.read_csv('cast.csv')
data_2 = data[data['type'] == 'actor']
output = data_2[data['name'].str.startswith('Aaron')]
print(output)

T except one class

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fun <T> support(t: T) {
    // do your stuff
}

@Deprecated("support() cannot be used with type Devil", level = DeprecationLevel.ERROR)
fun support(devil: Devil) {
    error("NOPE.")
}
support<Devil>(Devil()) // compiles fine
support<Any>(Devil()) // compiles fine
val hiddenDevil: Any = Devil()
support(hiddenDevil) // compiles fine
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fun <T> support(t: T) {
    // do your stuff
}

@Deprecated("support() cannot be used with type Devil", level = DeprecationLevel.ERROR)
fun support(devil: Devil) {
    error("NOPE.")
}
support<Devil>(Devil()) // compiles fine
support<Any>(Devil()) // compiles fine
val hiddenDevil: Any = Devil()
support(hiddenDevil) // compiles fine
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fun <T> support(t: T) {
    // do your stuff
}

@Deprecated("support() cannot be used with type Devil", level = DeprecationLevel.ERROR)
fun support(devil: Devil) {
    error("NOPE.")
}
support<Devil>(Devil()) // compiles fine
support<Any>(Devil()) // compiles fine
val hiddenDevil: Any = Devil()
support(hiddenDevil) // compiles fine

How to order an array by bool values in laravel livewire

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$this->franchiseList = collect($finalFranchiseList)->sortBy('is_available')->reverse()->values()->toArray();
{
    1: 'foo',
    0: 'bar',
}
{
    0: 'bar',
    1: 'foo',
}
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$this->franchiseList = collect($finalFranchiseList)->sortBy('is_available')->reverse()->values()->toArray();
{
    1: 'foo',
    0: 'bar',
}
{
    0: 'bar',
    1: 'foo',
}
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$this->franchiseList = collect($finalFranchiseList)->sortBy('is_available')->reverse()->values()->toArray();
{
    1: 'foo',
    0: 'bar',
}
{
    0: 'bar',
    1: 'foo',
}

How do I combine this function with html?

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let books = [
    'Beze mnie jesteś nikim. Przemoc w polskich domach',
    'Frankenstein',
    'The house on the Mango Street',
    'These Ghosts Are Family',
    'The Catcher in the Rye',
    'Norwegian Wood',
    '1984',
    'No Longer Human',
    'Winter in Sokcho',
    'Belonging',
    'Strange Bedfellows',
    'Circe',
    'Red, White & Royal Blue',
    'Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982',
    'Girl, WOmen, Other',
    'Aristotle 1',
    'They Both Die at the End',
    'Ucieczka od bezradnosci',
    'Grown Ups',
    'Men Explain Things to Me',
    'Klara and the Sun',
    'Komodo',
    'The Mind of a Murderer',
    'Czula przewodniczka',
    'Whats mine and yours',
    'The Japanese Devil',
    'The 7 Husbands of Evelynn Hugo'];
function pickBook() {
  const rndInt = randomIntFromInterval(0 , books.length-1)
  let book = books[rndInt];
  document.querySelector('#theBook').innerHTML = book;
}
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let books = [
    'Beze mnie jesteś nikim. Przemoc w polskich domach',
    'Frankenstein',
    'The house on the Mango Street',
    'These Ghosts Are Family',
    'The Catcher in the Rye',
    'Norwegian Wood',
    '1984',
    'No Longer Human',
    'Winter in Sokcho',
    'Belonging',
    'Strange Bedfellows',
    'Circe',
    'Red, White & Royal Blue',
    'Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982',
    'Girl, WOmen, Other',
    'Aristotle 1',
    'They Both Die at the End',
    'Ucieczka od bezradnosci',
    'Grown Ups',
    'Men Explain Things to Me',
    'Klara and the Sun',
    'Komodo',
    'The Mind of a Murderer',
    'Czula przewodniczka',
    'Whats mine and yours',
    'The Japanese Devil',
    'The 7 Husbands of Evelynn Hugo'];
function pickBook() {
  const rndInt = randomIntFromInterval(0 , books.length-1)
  let book = books[rndInt];
  document.querySelector('#theBook').innerHTML = book;
}

Jsonnet object comprehension in array

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local values = [
  'foor',
  'bar',
  'foorbar',
];
local movies = [
  {
    title: 'title',
    language: 'english',
    metadata: {
      author: 'god',
    },
  },
  {
    title: 'title2',
    language: 'german',
    metadata: {
      author: 'devil',
    },
  },
  {
    title: 'title3',
    language: 'spanish',
    metadata: {
      author: 'chutulu',
    },
  },
];

// Combine the `values` and `movies` arrays into `items`,
// overloading movie's metadata.value with each value,
// note the `metadata+:` syntax.
{
  list: 'movies',
  items: [
    movie { metadata+: { value: value } }
    for movie in movies
    for value in values
  ],
}
local values = [
  'foor',
  'bar',
  'foorbar',
];
local movies(v) = [
  {
    title: 'title',
    language: 'english',
    metadata: {
      author: 'god',
      value: v,
    },
  },
  {
    title: 'title2',
    language: 'german',
    metadata: {
      author: 'devil',
      value: v,
    },
  },
  {
    title: 'title3',
    language: 'spanish',
    metadata: {
      author: 'chutulu',
      value: v,
    },
  },
];

// To build the final `items` array we need to flatten
// the array-of-arrays created by the comprehension, as
// each element is indeed a 3-movies array
{
  list: 'movies',
  items: std.flattenArrays([
    movies(v)
    for v in values
  ]),
}
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local values = [
  'foor',
  'bar',
  'foorbar',
];
local movies = [
  {
    title: 'title',
    language: 'english',
    metadata: {
      author: 'god',
    },
  },
  {
    title: 'title2',
    language: 'german',
    metadata: {
      author: 'devil',
    },
  },
  {
    title: 'title3',
    language: 'spanish',
    metadata: {
      author: 'chutulu',
    },
  },
];

// Combine the `values` and `movies` arrays into `items`,
// overloading movie's metadata.value with each value,
// note the `metadata+:` syntax.
{
  list: 'movies',
  items: [
    movie { metadata+: { value: value } }
    for movie in movies
    for value in values
  ],
}
local values = [
  'foor',
  'bar',
  'foorbar',
];
local movies(v) = [
  {
    title: 'title',
    language: 'english',
    metadata: {
      author: 'god',
      value: v,
    },
  },
  {
    title: 'title2',
    language: 'german',
    metadata: {
      author: 'devil',
      value: v,
    },
  },
  {
    title: 'title3',
    language: 'spanish',
    metadata: {
      author: 'chutulu',
      value: v,
    },
  },
];

// To build the final `items` array we need to flatten
// the array-of-arrays created by the comprehension, as
// each element is indeed a 3-movies array
{
  list: 'movies',
  items: std.flattenArrays([
    movies(v)
    for v in values
  ]),
}

Vuelidate unable to procedurally generate form validation

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    :class="{ 'form-error': $v.inputs[input.id].$invalid }"
            { 
              type: "text",
              id: "description",
              label: "Site Description",
              validate: {},                //!!!!
            },
validations: function () {
    const validator = {
      inputs: {}
    }

        // Parse the validation rules passed in from the object (would likely be JSON)
    this.all_form_inputs.forEach((input) => {
      // * No validation is needed
      if(!input.required) {
        validator.inputs[input.id] = {} //!!!

        return
      }
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    :class="{ 'form-error': $v.inputs[input.id].$invalid }"
            { 
              type: "text",
              id: "description",
              label: "Site Description",
              validate: {},                //!!!!
            },
validations: function () {
    const validator = {
      inputs: {}
    }

        // Parse the validation rules passed in from the object (would likely be JSON)
    this.all_form_inputs.forEach((input) => {
      // * No validation is needed
      if(!input.required) {
        validator.inputs[input.id] = {} //!!!

        return
      }
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    :class="{ 'form-error': $v.inputs[input.id].$invalid }"
            { 
              type: "text",
              id: "description",
              label: "Site Description",
              validate: {},                //!!!!
            },
validations: function () {
    const validator = {
      inputs: {}
    }

        // Parse the validation rules passed in from the object (would likely be JSON)
    this.all_form_inputs.forEach((input) => {
      // * No validation is needed
      if(!input.required) {
        validator.inputs[input.id] = {} //!!!

        return
      }

How to return for loop values without any html template in flask

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def jokes():
    jokes = pyjokes.get_jokes()
    jokes_final = "<br/>".join(jokes)
    return f'{jokes_final}'
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from flask import Flask
import pyjokes
from jinja2 import Template

app = Flask(__name__)

@app.route("/MultipleJokes")
def jokes():
    jokes = pyjokes.get_jokes()
    joke_template = Template("{% for joke in jokes %}<li>{{joke}}</li>{% endfor %}")
    return joke_template.render(jokes=jokes)

Create a list of models from a list of data from documents

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      final userRef = FirebaseFirestore.instance.collection('users');

      final QuerySnapshot result = await userRef.get();

      List<Post> listPosts = [];

      result.docs.forEach((res) async {
        print(res.id);
        QuerySnapshot posts = await userRef.doc(res.id).collection("posts").get();

        posts.docs.forEach((res) {
          listPosts.add(Post.fromJson(res.data() as Map<String, dynamic>));
        });

        print(listPosts);
      });
class Post {
  final String id;
  final String caption;
  final String postUrlString;
  final Timestamp postedDate;

  Post(
      {required this.id,
      required this.caption,
      required this.postUrlString,
      required this.postedDate});
  
  Post.fromJson(Map<String, dynamic> json)
    : id = json['id'],
      caption = json['caption'],
      postUrlString = json['postUrlString'],
      postedDate = json['postedDate'] != null ? Timestamp.fromDate(json['postedData']) : Timestamp.now();

  @override
  String toString() => '''Post { id: $id,
     caption: $caption,
     postUrlString: $postUrlString
     postedData: $postedData
  }''';
}
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      final userRef = FirebaseFirestore.instance.collection('users');

      final QuerySnapshot result = await userRef.get();

      List<Post> listPosts = [];

      result.docs.forEach((res) async {
        print(res.id);
        QuerySnapshot posts = await userRef.doc(res.id).collection("posts").get();

        posts.docs.forEach((res) {
          listPosts.add(Post.fromJson(res.data() as Map<String, dynamic>));
        });

        print(listPosts);
      });
class Post {
  final String id;
  final String caption;
  final String postUrlString;
  final Timestamp postedDate;

  Post(
      {required this.id,
      required this.caption,
      required this.postUrlString,
      required this.postedDate});
  
  Post.fromJson(Map<String, dynamic> json)
    : id = json['id'],
      caption = json['caption'],
      postUrlString = json['postUrlString'],
      postedDate = json['postedDate'] != null ? Timestamp.fromDate(json['postedData']) : Timestamp.now();

  @override
  String toString() => '''Post { id: $id,
     caption: $caption,
     postUrlString: $postUrlString
     postedData: $postedData
  }''';
}

select value binding and svelte-i18n integration problem

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<script>
  const countries = [
    {
      code: 'FR',
      name: 'France',
    },
    {
      code: 'BE',
      name: 'Belgium',
    },
    {
      code: 'GA',
      name: 'Gabon',
    },
  ];

  let countrySelected = countries.find(x => x.code === 'BE');
</script>

<select bind:value={countrySelected}>
  {#each countries as country}
    <option value={country}>
      {country.name}
    </option>
  {/each}
</select>

Community Discussions

Trending Discussions on devil
  • Rename files by comparing the filenames with the names in a text file
  • Get data from pandas on specifics string
  • Getting unwanted commas after div
  • T except one class
  • How to order an array by bool values in laravel livewire
  • How do I combine this function with html?
  • How to start emacs with specific user-init-file and user-emacs-directory?
  • Jsonnet object comprehension in array
  • Vuelidate unable to procedurally generate form validation
  • How to return for loop values without any html template in flask
Trending Discussions on devil

QUESTION

Rename files by comparing the filenames with the names in a text file

Asked 2022-Apr-16 at 22:35

I have some files as

young Devils.mkv
hellraiser.avi
Hellraiser 2.mkv

I have in same folder a text file called movielist.txt that contains this text

Ghost (1990)
Young Devils (1999)
Hellraiser (1987)
Hellraiser 2 (1988)
They Live (1988)

I try to rename my files in this way

Young Devils (1999).mkv
Hellraiser (1987).avi
Hellraiser 2 (1988).mkv

One idea is this, but I don't understand how the comparison with the names in the text file should happen

$rootFolder = 'C:\Test'
$FilesToChange = 'FileNames'
$FileNames = Get-Content "$BasePath\movielist.txt"
# get a list of files
$files = Get-ChildItem -Path $rootFolder -Directory | Sort-Object {$_.Name.Length} -Descending
# find files that match their names
foreach ($FileNames in $files) {
    # use the filenames in movielist.txt as filter, surrounded with wildcard characters (*)
    Get-ChildItem -Path $rootFolder -Filter "*$($FileNames.Name)*" -File |

ANSWER

Answered 2022-Apr-16 at 22:35

All you would really need is to loop through your names in your .txt file, and match them with the names of the files you're looking to rename.

$rootFolder = "C:\Users\Abraham\Desktop\Test"
$files      = Get-ChildItem -Path $rootFolder -File | Sort-Object { $_.Name.Length } -Descending
$filesNames = Get-Content -Path "$rootFolder\TextFile2.txt"

:loop foreach ($file in $files) 
{
    foreach ($name in $filesNames)
    {
        if ($name -match [regex]::Escape($file.BaseName))
        {
            [pscustomobject]@{
                FileObject = $file.BaseName
                FileName   = $name
            }
            Rename-Item -LiteralPath $file.FullName -NewName "$name$ext" -EA 0 -WhatIf
            continue loop
        }
    } 
}

We do this here using the -match operator seeing as you can match the BaseName property, to the file name in your .txt file.


Remove the -WhatIf switch when you've determined those are the results you are after.

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71894413

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Vulnerabilities

Stack-based buffer overflow in the GetUID function in src-IL/src/il_dicom.c in DevIL 1.7.8 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (application crash) or execute arbitrary code via a crafted DICOM file.

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Source code can be found at GitGub.

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