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https://github.com/simonw/sqlite-utils/issues/264#issuecomment-853553754 https://api.github.com/repos/simonw/sqlite-utils/issues/264 853553754 MDEyOklzc3VlQ29tbWVudDg1MzU1Mzc1NA== 9599 2021-06-03T04:32:42Z 2021-06-03T04:36:36Z OWNER

This is a really interesting thought. I've so far resisted the temptation to add plugins to sqlite-utils, partly to avoid overlap with Datasette - but I'm open to discussing it.

There's actually a way for you to do what you're describing using datasette on the command-line, though it's a little obscure - also Datasette doesn't yet have a GeoJSON output extension, though it really should have one.

Here's an example using datasette-yaml:

datasette /tmp/covid.db --get='/covid/ny_times_us_counties.yaml'
- rowid: 1
  date: '2020-01-21'
  county: Snohomish
  state: Washington
  fips: 53061
  cases: 1
  deaths: 0
- rowid: 2
  date: '2020-01-22'
  county: Snohomish
  state: Washington
  fips: 53061
  cases: 1
  deaths: 0

It even works with arbitrary SQL queries, though you might have to apply URL encoding to the --get string (this seems to work though):

datasette /tmp/covid.db --get='/covid.yaml?sql=select * from ny_times_us_counties limit 2' 
- date: '2020-01-21'
  county: Snohomish
  state: Washington
  fips: 53061
  cases: 1
  deaths: 0
- date: '2020-01-22'
  county: Snohomish
  state: Washington
  fips: 53061
  cases: 1
  deaths: 0

Here's the documentation for --get: https://docs.datasette.io/en/latest/getting_started.html#datasette-get

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