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I'd like to be able to call a script, which will add a row to a Google Docs spreadsheet, and manage stuff like user login. For example,

 gdocs_addrow --id <doc-id> name="John Doe" age="31"

I know there are nice Python APIs but I want to work at an even higher level.

My use case is that I want to make a script that uploads unit test results to a shared document.

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I wrote such a tool. It's written in python, but designed to be used from the command line. Have a look at logss. I've been using it to upload daily stats from a cron job.

Beware: I've not got great python installation skills, so running it is a little ad-hoc.

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Try this library: http://sheetsync.readthedocs.org/en/latest/

I've used it for similar projects.

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Can you explain what this does and how it helps? –  Andrew Lott yesterday

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