import string, os, sys, getopt from xml.dom import minidom __author__ = 'Luis Rei ' __homepage__ = 'http://luisrei.com' __version__ = '1.0' __date__ = '2008/03/23' def convert(infile, outdir, authorDirs, categoryDirs): """Convert Wordpress Export File to multiple html files. Keyword arguments: infile -- the location of the Wordpress Export File outdir -- the directory where the files will be created authorDirs -- if true, create different directories for each author categoryDirs -- if true, create directories for each category """ # First we parse the XML file into a list of posts. # Each post is a dictionary dom = minidom.parse(infile) blog = [] # list that will contain all posts for node in dom.getElementsByTagName('item'): post = dict() post["title"] = node.getElementsByTagName('title')[0].firstChild.data post["date"] = node.getElementsByTagName('pubDate')[0].firstChild.data post["author"] = node.getElementsByTagName( 'dc:creator')[0].firstChild.data post["id"] = node.getElementsByTagName('wp:post_id')[0].firstChild.data if node.getElementsByTagName('content:encoded')[0].firstChild != None: post["text"] = node.getElementsByTagName( 'content:encoded')[0].firstChild.data else: post["text"] = "" # wp:attachment_url could be use to download attachments # Get the categories tempCategories = [] for subnode in node.getElementsByTagName('category'): tempCategories.append(subnode.getAttribute('nicename')) categories = [x for x in tempCategories if x != ''] post["categories"] = categories # Add post to the list of all posts blog.append(post) # Then we create the directories and HTML files from the list of posts. # The "base" directory outdir += "/wordpress/" if os.path.exists(outdir) == False: os.makedirs(outdir) os.chdir(outdir) for post in blog: # The "category" directories path = "" if authorDirs == True: path += post["author"].encode('utf-8') + "/" # This creates a path for the file in the format # category1/category2/category3/file. Note that the category list was # sorted. if categoryDirs == True: if (post["categories"] != None): path += string.join(post["categories"],"/") if os.path.exists(path) == False and path != "": os.makedirs(path) # And finally the file itself path = outdir + path title = post["title"].encode('utf-8') filename = path + "/" + post["id"] + ' - ' + title \ + '.html' # Add a meta tag to specify charset (UTF-8) in the HTML file meta = """""" f = open(filename, 'w') f.write(meta+"\n") # Add "HTML header" start = "\n\n"+ title +"\n\n\n" f.write(start) # Convert the unicode object to a string that can be written to a file # with the proper encoding (UTF-8) text = post["text"].encode('utf-8') # Replace simple newlines with
+ newline so that the HTML file # represents the original post more accuratelly text = text.replace("\n", "
\n") f.write(text) # Finalize HTML end = "\n\n" f.write(end) f.close() def usage(pname): """Displays usage information keyword arguments: pname -- program name (e.g. obtained as argv[0]) """ print """python %s [-hac] [-o outdir] infile Converts a Wordpress Export File to multiple html files. Options: -h,--help\tDisplays this information. -a,--authors\tCreate different directories for each author. -c,--categories\tCreate directory structure from post categories. -o,--outdir\tSpecify a directory for the output. Example: python %s -c -o ~/TEMP ~/wordpress.2008-03-20.xml """ % (pname, pname) def main(argv): outdir = "" authors = False categories = False try: opts, args = getopt.getopt( argv[1:], "ha:o:c", ["help", "authors", "outdir", "categories"]) except getopt.GetoptError, err: print str(err) usage(argv[0]) sys.exit(2) for opt, arg in opts: if opt in ("-h", "--help"): usage(argv[0]) sys.exit() elif opt in ("-a", "--authors"): authors = True elif opt in ("-c", "--categories"): categories = True elif opt in ("-o", "--outdir"): outdir = arg infile = "".join(args) if infile == "": print "Error: Missing Argument: missing wordpress export file." usage(argv[0]) sys.exit(3) if outdir == "": # Use the current directory outdir = os.getcwd() convert(infile, outdir, authors, categories) if __name__ == "__main__": main(sys.argv)