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Sven Slootweg 9 years ago
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#!/usr/bin/python
import os, argparse, hashlib, sqlite3, time, shutil, cgi, re
import os, argparse, hashlib, sqlite3, time, shutil, cgi, re, math
from datetime import datetime
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description='Renders static HTML pages and indexes from an SQLite database of emails and an attachment folder.')
@ -29,6 +29,32 @@ def format_size(num):
return "%3.1f%s" % (num, unit)
num /= 1024.0
return "%3.1f%s" % (num, 'TB')
def chunk(iterable, chunksize, fillvalue=None):
result = []
num_chunks = int(math.ceil(len(iterable) / (chunksize * 1.0)))
for i in xrange(0, num_chunks):
missing = (chunksize * (i + 1)) - len(iterable)
start = (chunksize * i)
if missing > 0:
end = len(iterable)
else:
end = (chunksize * (i + 1))
result.append((iterable[start:end]))
return result
def render_index(email_list, title, identifier):
new_list = []
for message in email_list:
new_list.append((message[0], message[0]))
new_list = chunk(new_list, 4)
if os.path.isfile(options['database']) == False:
print "Database file not found. Use the -d switch to specify a custom database path."
@ -134,9 +160,11 @@ for message_id, sender, recipient, subject, timestamp, textbody, htmlbody, sha1_
# Sort by timestamp, ascending
sorted_list = sorted(email_list, key=lambda email: email[6].lower())
render_index(sorted_list, "Sorted from old to new", "date_asc")
# Sort by timestamp, descending
sorted_list.reverse()
render_index(sorted_list, "Sorted from old to new", "date_desc")
# Sort by sender, ascending
sorted_list = sorted(email_list, key=lambda email: email[3].lower())

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