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This is a workflow for Editorial, a Markdown and plain text editor for iOS. To download it, you need to view this page on a device that has the app installed.

Description: ::: Processes currently open text document.

::: Sends current document as an HTML note to the default Evernote folder. Escapes unicode as HTML escape strings.

Source: Macdrifter.com

Shared by: http://www.macdrifter.com/2013/08/password-handling-in-editorial-scripts.html

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#coding: utf-8
import workflow
import webbrowser
import console
import keychain
import pickle
import evernote.edam.userstore.constants as UserStoreConstants
import evernote.edam.type.ttypes as Types
from evernote.api.client import EvernoteClient
import markdown2
import cgi
import editor

#keychain.delete_password('evernote', 'editorial')
login = keychain.get_password('evernote', 'editorial')
if login is not None:
	auth_token = pickle.loads(login)
	token_choice = console.alert('Token Needed', 'A Developer Token is needed. Go get one?', 'Yes', 'I have One', 'Cancel')
	if token_choice == 1:
		raise KeyboardInterrupt
	elif token_choice == 2:
		auth_token = console.password_alert('Evernote Developer Token', 'Paste Your Evernote Developer Token')
		pickle_token = pickle.dumps(auth_token)
		keychain.set_password('evernote', 'editorial', pickle_token)
		raise KeyboardInterrupt

current_text = editor.get_text()
doc_title = workflow.get_variable('title')
encode_string = cgi.escape(current_text).encode('ascii', 'xmlcharrefreplace')
html_text = markdown2.markdown(encode_string, extras=['fenced-code-blocks','smarty-pants', 'footnotes'])

client = EvernoteClient(token=auth_token, sandbox=False)
note_store = client.get_note_store()

notebooks = note_store.listNotebooks()

# To create a new note, simply create a new Note object and fill in
# attributes such as the note's title.
note = Types.Note()
note.title = doc_title

note.content = '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>'
note.content += '<!DOCTYPE en-note SYSTEM ' \
note.content += '<en-note>' + html_text + '<br/>'
note.content += '</en-note>'

# Finally, send the new note to Evernote using the createNote method
# The new Note object that is returned will contain server-generated
# attributes such as the new note's unique GUID.
created_note = note_store.createNote(note)

#print "Successfully created a new note with GUID: ", created_note.guid

console.hud_alert(doc_title+' saved to the default folder in Evernote','success')