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enno 0.0.6

Wrapper around Evernote's python client

Wrapper around Evernote’s python client that makes it just a little more pleasant to use.

Get an access token

  1. Go here and click GET AN API KEY.

  2. Fill out the information for your Oauth app

  3. Create an account on the development server

  4. add your key and secret to the environment:

    $ export ENNO_CONSUMER_KEY=...
    $ export ENNO_CONSUMER_SECRET=...
  5. Create an access token:

    $ enno oauth --sandbox
  6. Export your sandbox access token:

    $ export ENNO_SANDBOX=1
  7. When you are ready to use your app on your actual live evernote, go here and click Activate an API Key.

  8. When your api key is activated you can then get a real access token:

    $ enno oauth
    $ export ENNO_SANDBOX=0
    $ export ENNO_ACCESS_TOKEN=...

Querying notes

from enno import Note

# get the first 10 notes containing foo in the title
q = Note.query.in_title("foo").limit(10)
for n in q.get():

Creating notes

save text:

from enno import Note

n = Note()

n.title = "this is the title"
n.plain = "this is the content"

Save html:

n = Note()

n.title = "this is the title"
n.html = "<p>this is the content</p>"

Evernote saves its notes in a format called ENML, this is available in the .content property:

n = Note()

n.title = "this is the title"
n.html = "<p>this is the content</p>"
print(n.content) # the html will have been converted to enml

Creating Notebooks

from enno import Notebook

nb = Notebook() = "foo bar"


Use pip:

$ pip install enno

To get the latest and greatest:

$ pip install git+
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