Commit 9c1d2b67 authored by sonots's avatar sonots

Using csv formatter looks enough

parent 8a1771b2
......@@ -6,3 +6,4 @@
/classpath/
build/
.idea
example.txt.out
......@@ -21,18 +21,19 @@ $ embulk gem install embulk-parser-none
```yaml
in:
type: any file input plugin type
type: file
path_prefix: example.txt
parser:
type: parser
format: none
message_key: message
```
Assume inputs are as following:
Assume the input file (example.txt) is as following:
```
foo,bar,baz
foo,bar,baz
foo bar baz
foo bar baz
```
then this plugin treats as:
......@@ -41,14 +42,23 @@ then this plugin treats as:
+----------------+
| message:string |
+----------------+
| foo,bar,baz |
| foo,bar,baz |
| foo bar baz |
| foo bar baz |
+----------------+
```
## See also
To resover a file, you may use csv formatter as:
You may use [embulk-formatter-single_value](https://github.com/sonots/embulk-formatter-single_value) to recover outputs
```
out:
type: file
path_prefix: example.txt
sequence_format: ""
file_ext: .out
formatter:
type: csv
quote_policy: NONE
```
## ChangeLOG
......
......@@ -5,4 +5,10 @@ in:
type: none
message_key: message
out:
type: stdout
type: file
path_prefix: example.txt
sequence_format: ""
file_ext: .out
formatter:
type: csv
quote_policy: NONE
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