A set of utilities around `woob bank`. [woob bank] is a console application able
to list your bank accounts balances on supported websites and to see the
expenses details, transfer money, etc.
woobank-graphite was written to replace [boobank-munin] as part of a
woobank-cacher was inspired by boobank-munin's cache mechanism and serves the
exact same purpose: limiting the amount of connections to bank websites.
woobank-accounts and woobank-history allow end users to check out their
accounts from cached files instead of establishing new connections to their
## Limitations and known bugs
- woobank-graphite does not send any tags;
- woobank-accounts completely ignores "coming" operations;
- woobank-accounts does not handle multiple currencies very well, especially when computing _the_ total.
## Description of utilities
### Common behaviour
Most utilities provided by this project will:
- consider `-` as a filepath meaning "use standard input"
- default to standard input if no input file are provided
Run 1 to n `woob bank` commands and save their JSON output to file, along with a timestamp. woobank-cacher also handles "additions", i.e. the ability to insert simple, static data in the JSON output.
Usage: ``woobank-cacher [-h] [-c CONFIG]``
`CONFIG` defaults to `~/.config/woobank-utils/cacher.json`. See the conf subdirectory for a sample configuration file.
Take a JSON file created by the "woob bank list" command and send it to a Graphite instance.
Usage: ``woobank-graphite [-h] [-gh HOST] [-gp PORT] [json_file]``
Take a JSON file created by the "woob bank list" command and display its contents in your terminal.
Usage: ``woobank-accounts [-h] [json_file [json_file ...]]``
Take a JSON file created by the "woob bank history" command and display its contents in your terminal.
Usage: ``woobank-history [-h] [-c COUNT] [json_file]``
This project is licensed under [WTFPL].