modify package name
5 files changed, 28 insertions(+), 27 deletions(-)

M .github/README.md
M README.md
M docs/reference.md
M docs/usage.md
M pyproject.toml
M .github/README.md +3 -3
@@ 20,11 20,11 @@ Using **python-ccb** is very simple:
 
 ```python
 
-    import ccb
+    import python_ccb
 
-    session = ccb.ClearCheckBook('user', 'passwd')
+    session = python_ccb.ClearCheckBook('user', 'passwd')
     account = session.get_account('My Account')
-    new_tran = ccb.Transaction('Something', 50, ccb.WITHDRAW, account=account)
+    new_tran = python_ccb.Transaction('Something', 50, python_ccb.WITHDRAW, account=account)
     session.insert_transaction(new_tran)
 
 ```

          
M README.md +3 -3
@@ 17,11 17,11 @@ Using **python-ccb** is very simple:
 
 ```python
 
-    import ccb
+    import python_ccb
 
-    session = ccb.ClearCheckBook('user', 'passwd')
+    session = python_ccb.ClearCheckBook('user', 'passwd')
     account = session.get_account('My Account')
-    new_tran = ccb.Transaction('Something', 50, ccb.WITHDRAW, account=account)
+    new_tran = python_ccb.Transaction('Something', 50, python_ccb.WITHDRAW, account=account)
     session.insert_transaction(new_tran)
 
 ```

          
M docs/reference.md +7 -6
@@ 1,31 1,31 @@ 
 # Reference
 
-::: ccb.ClearCheckBook
+::: python_ccb.ClearCheckBook
     rendering:
         show_root_heading: true
 
-::: ccb.Account
+::: python_ccb.Account
     selection:
         filters: ["!^_"]
     rendering:
         show_root_heading: true
         show_source: false
 
-::: ccb.Category
+::: python_ccb.Category
     selection:
         filters: ["!^_"]
     rendering:
         show_root_heading: true
         show_source: false
 
-::: ccb.Currency
+::: python_ccb.Currency
     selection:
         filters: ["!^_"]
     rendering:
         show_root_heading: true
         show_source: false
 
-::: ccb.Transaction
+::: python_ccb.Transaction
     selection:
         filters: ["!^_"]
     rendering:

          
@@ 34,7 34,8 @@ 
 
 # Account and transaction constants
 
-The following account and transaction codes are numeric constants importable from `ccb`.
+The following account and transaction codes are numeric constants importable
+from `python_ccb`.
 
 |   Constant   |      Description                                               |
 |:------------ |:-------------------------------------------------------------- |

          
M docs/usage.md +14 -14
@@ 14,28 14,28 @@ ClearCheBook class accepts three paramet
 
 The simplest use case is getting all transactions:
 ```python
-import ccb
+import python_ccb
 
-session = ccb.ClearCheckBook('user', 'passwd')
+session = python_ccb.ClearCheckBook('user', 'passwd')
 for transaction in session.get_transactions():
     print(transaction)
 
 ```
-[`get_transactions`](reference.md#ccb.ClearCheckBook.get_transaction) is an iterator
+[`get_transactions`](reference.md#python_ccb.ClearCheckBook.get_transaction) is an iterator
 that gets all transactions. To get all transactions for an account, add the account
 parameter like this:
 
 ```python
-import ccb
+import python_ccb
 
-session = ccb.ClearCheckBook('user', 'passwd')
+session = python_ccb.ClearCheckBook('user', 'passwd')
 account = session.get_account('My Account')
 for transaction in session.get_transactions(account=account):
     print(f'Transaction: {transaction.description}, amount: {transaction.amount}')
 
 ```
 
-[`Transaction`](reference.md#ccb.Transaction) objects represents a transaction from 
+[`Transaction`](reference.md#python_ccb.Transaction) objects represents a transaction from 
 ClearCheckBook. All the propierties are documented in the [Reference](reference.md) page
 
 ### Insert a transaction

          
@@ 43,12 43,12 @@ ClearCheckBook. All the propierties are 
 Inserting a transaction is fairly simple too:
 
 ```python
-import ccb
+import python_ccb
 
-session = ccb.ClearCheckBook('user', 'passwd')
+session = python_ccb.ClearCheckBook('user', 'passwd')
 account = session.get_account('My Account')
 category = session.get_account('My Category')
-new_tran = ccb.Transaction('Description', 50, account, category)
+new_tran = python_ccb.Transaction('Description', 50, account, category)
 new_tran = session.insert_transaction(new_tran)
 
 print(f'Transaction ID: {new_ran.id}'

          
@@ 58,10 58,10 @@ If the transaction you want to insert do
 special `NO_ACCOUNT` or `NO_CATEGORY` can be used instead:
 
 ```python
-import ccb
+import python_ccb
 
-session = ccb.ClearCheckBook('user', 'passwd')
-new_tran = ccb.Transaction('Description', 50, ccb.NO_ACCOUNT, CCB.NO_CATEGORY)
+session = python_ccb.ClearCheckBook('user', 'passwd')
+new_tran = python_ccb.Transaction('Description', 50, python_ccb.NO_ACCOUNT, CCB.NO_CATEGORY)
 new_tran = session.insert_transaction(new_tran)
 if aa  == '1':
   print('HOLA')

          
@@ 73,9 73,9 @@ print(f'Transaction ID: {new_ran.id}'
 To edit a transaction the first thing is to get its ID, then it's very straighforward:
 
 ```python
-import ccb
+import python_ccb
 
-session = ccb.ClearCheckBook('user', 'passwd')
+session = python_ccb.ClearCheckBook('user', 'passwd')
 
 for transaction in session.get_transactions():
     if transaction.description == 'Thing I'm Looking For':

          
M pyproject.toml +1 -1
@@ 1,5 1,5 @@ 
 [tool.poetry]
-name = "python-ccb"
+name = "ccb"
 version = "1"
 description = "Python wrapper for clearcheckbook"
 authors = ["Oscar Curero <oscar@curero.es>"]