Given a html document, it pulls out the main body text and cleans it up.
This is a python port of a ruby port of arc90's readability
It's easy using
pip, just run:
$ pip install readability-lxml
>>> import requests >>> from readability import Document >>> response = requests.get('http://example.com') >>> doc = Document(response.text) >>> doc.title() 'Example Domain' >>> doc.summary() """<html><body><div><body id="readabilityBody">\n<div>\n <h1>Example Domain</h1>\n <p>This domain is established to be used for illustrative examples in documents. You may use this\n domain in examples without prior coordination or asking for permission.</p> \n <p><a href="http://www.iana.org/domains/example">More information...</a></p>\n</div> \n</body>\n</div></body></html>"""
- 0.8.1 Fixed processing of non-ascii HTMLs via regexps.
- 0.8 Replaced XHTML output with HTML5 output in summary() call.
- 0.7.1 Support for Python 3.7 . Fixed a slowdown when processing documents with lots of spaces.
- 0.7 Improved HTML5 tags handling. Fixed stripping unwanted HTML nodes (only first matching node was removed before).
- 0.6 Finally a release which supports Python versions 2.6, 2.7, 3.3 - 3.6
- 0.5 Preparing a release to support Python versions 2.6, 2.7, 3.3 and 3.4
- 0.4 Added Videos loading and allowed more images per paragraph
- 0.3 Added Document.encoding, positive_keywords and negative_keywords
This code is under the Apache License
- Latest readability.js
- Ruby port by starrhorne and iterationlabs
- Python port by gfxmonk
- Decruft effort <http://www.minvolai.com/blog/decruft-arc90s-readability-in-python/> to move to lxml
- "BR to P" fix from readability.js which improves quality for smaller texts
- Github users contributions.