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LCL PDF account sheets extraction. Usage: ` file-to-extract.pdf`. Based on
#!/usr/bin/env python
#from __future__ import unicode_literals
import collections
import datetime
import decimal
import sys
from pdfminer.converter import PDFPageAggregator
from pdfminer.layout import LAParams, LTTextBox
from pdfminer.pdfinterp import PDFPageInterpreter, PDFResourceManager
from pdfminer.pdfpage import PDFPage
class CustomConverter(PDFPageAggregator):
# Horizontal coordinates of vertical lines that delimit columns.
boundaries = [38, 70, 358, 404, 484, 560]
# Create consecutive pairs.
boundaries = zip(boundaries[:-1], boundaries[1:])
def __init__(self, *args, **kwargs):
laparams = LAParams(char_margin=1.2, line_margin=0.1)
kwargs.setdefault('laparams', laparams)
super(CustomConverter, self).__init__(*args, **kwargs)
# Public variable holding relevant rows when processing is complete.
self.rows = []
def receive_layout(self, ltpage):
"""Extract data rows."""
# Group pieces of text by vertical coordinate:
rows = collections.defaultdict(lambda: [[] for _ in self.boundaries])
for item in ltpage:
# If an item on the page is a text box...
if isinstance(item, LTTextBox):
# And it falls inside one of the "boundaries" range...
for col, (left, right) in enumerate(self.boundaries):
if left - 1 < item.x0 < item.x1 < right + 1:
# Store it in the corresponding column.
# Columns elements are grouped based on their vertical position.
# Sort rows.
sorted_rows = sorted(rows.items(), reverse=True)
# Merge close rows:
for (y1, row1), (y2, row2) in zip(sorted_rows[:-1], sorted_rows[1:]):
# If they are almost vertically aligned (6px arbitrary threshold)...
if y1 - y2 < 6:
# Merge their elements column-wise.
rows[y1] = [item1 + item2 for item1, item2 in zip(row1, row2)]
# Remove merged row.
del rows[y2]
# Process relevant rows and store their data:
for _, row in sorted(rows.items(), reverse=True):
row = [' '.join(item) for item in row]
if not all(row[:3]):
# Skip headers.
if row == ['DATE', 'LIBELLE', 'VALEUR', 'DEBIT', 'CREDIT']:
# Extract label, date, amount?
label = row[1]
day, month, year = map(int, row[2].split('.'))
date = + year, month, day)
amount = '-' + row[3] if ',' in row[3] else row[4]
amount = decimal.Decimal(amount.replace(' ', '').replace(',', '.'))
# Store the result.
self.rows.append((label, date, amount))
def render_image(self, name, stream):
"""Ignore images."""
def paint_path(self, gstate, stroke, fill, evenodd, path):
"""Ignore paths."""
# Argument.
if len(sys.argv) < 2:
print("Usage: file-to-extract.pdf")
# Files
filePath = sys.argv[1]
fp = file(filePath, 'rb')
# We will write the raw result in a txt with the same name as the input file.
fout = open(filePath.replace('.pdf','.txt'), 'w')
# PDF Miner setup
rsrcmgr = PDFResourceManager()
device = CustomConverter(rsrcmgr)
interpreter = PDFPageInterpreter(rsrcmgr, device)
# Extraction
for page in PDFPage.get_pages(fp):
rows = device.rows
#Write rows to file.
for label, date, amount in rows:
fout.write("{} {:+8.2f} {}\n".format(date, amount, label))
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