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I am currently using evernote but I have since moved to emacs for many tasks so I would like to access everything from emacs. How can I move all my evernote data to emacs-org mode?

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I doubt there is a premade package for exporting evernote to the org-mode format. But emacs org-mode is very simple, so it should be possible to write a simple script to read an evernote entry and produce an org entry from it. Is it possible to export from evernote? What does an evernote entry look like as a text file? – Justin Smith Apr 10 '10 at 6:42
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You probably already found an answer, but if not there is Evernote mode for Emacs (requires Ruby 1.8.7 or later).

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  1. Apply for Evernote API key

  2. Download and run the backup script in http://norman.walsh.name/2009/11/01/evernote

  3. Write another Python script to convert that to org mode files.

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Additionally the local Evernote database is a SQLite file. – Sridhar Ratnakumar Apr 15 '10 at 6:20

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