# === ContactCsv
#
# ==== Supported CSV
# * Outlook 2003 CSV (Windows)
#
# ==== Reading in CSV
#
# To import contacts you use a ContactManager...
#
#
# contact_manager = ContactCsv::ContactManager.new
#
# contact_manager.read('/path/to/file.csv')
# or
# contact_manager.parse('csv,data,string')
#
#
# ==== Getting the contacts
#
# contact_manager.contacts.each do |contact|
# puts contact.name
# puts contact.email
# puts contact.extras['Spouse']
# end
#
# See the Contact class for a complete list of attributes.
#
#
# ==== Lookup Tables
#
# A lookup table is used to map the csv columns to Contact class attributes. You can create your own lookup tables
# by using the LookupTable class and passing it in inside an array to the ContactManager class.
#
# # These are the column headers in the csv
# headers = ["First Name","Last Name","Email Address"]
#
# # These map the column headers to the attribute of the Contact class
# legend = {
# 'First Name' => :first_name,
# 'Last Name ' => :last_name,
# 'Email Address' => :email
# }
#
# lookup_table = LookupTable.new(headers, legend)
#
# # The lookup table is passed into the ContactManager
# contact_manager = ContactCsv::ContactManager.new([lookup_table])
# or
# contact_manager.lookup_tables << lookup_table
#
#
# If you think you have composed a good lookup table email it to me ([email protected]) and I will include it in the gem.
#
#
# ==== To Do
# * Add lookup table for Outlook 2003 CSV (DOS)
# * Add lookup table for GMail CSV
#
#
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