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CSV Parsers

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csvhuman - read tabular data in the CSV Humanitarian eXchange Language (HXL) format, that is, comma-separated values (CSV) line-by-line records with a hashtag (meta data) line using the Humanitarian eXchange Language (HXL) rules
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csvreader - read tabular data in the comma-separated values (csv) format the right way (uses best practices out-of-the-box with zero-configuration)
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csvyaml - read tabular data in the CSV <3 YAML format, that is, comma-separated values CSV (line-by-line) records with yaml ain't markup language (YAML) encoding rules
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csvjson - read tabular data in the CSV <3 JSON format, that is, comma-separated values CSV (line-by-line) records with javascript object notation (JSON) encoding rules
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Ruby Gem for smarter importing of CSV Files as Array(s) of Hashes, with optional features for processing large files in parallel, embedded comments, unusual field- and record-separators, flexible mapping of CSV-headers to Hash-keys
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Tabular is a Ruby library for reading, writing, and manipulating CSV, tab-delimited and Excel data.
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A long-lived project that still receives updates
Now you can use the super fast COPY for import/export data directly from your AR models.
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CsvPirate is the easy way to create a CSV of essentially anything in Ruby, in full pirate regalia. It works better if you are wearing a tricorne!
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Turns csv files into hashes without reading the entire csv into memory
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There's a lot of open issues
Ruby CSV parser gem, written in pure C.
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http://github.com/sparkboxx/csv_importer Ever needed to import csv files where every row needs to be converted into a model? The CSV importer turns every row of a CSV file into an object. Each column is matched and tested against a given class. You can provide a dictionary with translations between the CSV column names and the object properties.
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Yet another CSV parser with CSV header validation, based on CCSV (http://github.com/fauna/ccsv/).
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FasterCSV is intended as a complete replacement to the CSV standard library. It is significantly faster and smaller while still being pure Ruby code. It also strives for a better interface.
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