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tabelr 0.0.1

Tabler ====== Creates neat aligned ascii tables from a json input This is mainly useful on SQU query output from Sequel Pro app, which can save results as json. I'm sure there are a 100+ versions of this around, but I wrote this mainly for the challenge. Usage ----- ruby bin/tabelr test/example.json test/output.txt input ----- - The input must be a json formatted file - Which contains a hash - with one key named `data` - and one value containing an array of hashes - Each hash must contain the same number of same named keys, which this will use as the column headers E.g. (extract from `test/example.json`) { "data": [ { "column1": "This", "column2": "is", "column3": "quite", "column4": "cool!" }, { "column1": "This", "column2": "is the longest field", "column3": "by far", "column4": 1241 }, output ------ The output filename can be omitted, it will then default to the STDOUT terminal Given the file input above, the output will look like :- +---------+----------------------+---------+------------------+ | column1 | column2 | column3 | column4 | +---------+----------------------+---------+------------------+ | This | is | quite | cool! | | This | is the longest field | by far | 1241 | | Short | fields | fit | in | | other | eg | | 3322119999999999 | +---------+----------------------+---------+------------------+

Gemfile
          gem 'tabelr', '~> 0.0.1'
  
  
  
  
  
  
  

install
          gem install tabelr -v 0.0.1
  
  
  
  
  
  
  

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  1. 0.0.8 - August 7, 2012 (6.5 KB)
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  3. 0.0.6 - April 26, 2012 (5.5 KB)
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  5. 0.0.4 - April 26, 2012 (28 KB)
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