Tools for converting Evernote content to SQLite. See Building an Evernote to SQLite exporter for background on this project.
Install this tool using
$ pip install evernote-to-sqlite
Currently the only available command is
evernote-to-sqlite enex, which converts Evernote's ENEX export files into a SQLite database.
You can create an ENEX export in the Evernote desktop application by selecting some notes (or all of your notes) and using the
File -> Export Notes... menu option.
You can convert that file to SQLite like so:
$ evernote-to-sqlite enex evernote.db MyNotes.enex
This will display a progress bar and create a SQLite database file called
Unfortunately the ENEX export format does not include a unique identifier for each note. This means you cannot use this tool to re-import notes after they have been updated - you should consider this tool to be a one-time transformation of an ENEX file into an equivalent SQLite database.
ENEX exports also do not include details of which notebook a note belongs to.
To contribute to this tool, first checkout the code. Then create a new virtual environment:
cd evernote-to-sqlite python -mvenv venv source venv/bin/activate
Or if you are using
Now install the dependencies and tests:
pip install -e '.[test]'
To run the tests: