I’m currently working on creating a new library for personal use, and I can tell you that your request is either not very well thought out, or insane
Have you looked at some manufacturers datasheets, more specifically the part numbering systems? Do you want all of the possible parts a manufacturer has to offer? For myself, I’ve gathered all the part data I need for only the E24 series (which is a ridiculous amount of work already) but I’m sure others require E96 or above.
Yageo has the reel size in the middle of the part number, so unless you know the typical reel size your company/distributors offer, you cannot generate a full part number. Or, brute force all the combinations
Yageo thick film SMD chip resistors come in 11 sizes, all at 4 different tolerances, supplied on 3 different reel materials and 6 reel sizes / power ratings, and then there’s your different resistance values. 11x4x3x6 = 792 possible part values. Multiply by (at least) E24: just over 19000 part numbers.
While you are building the library, will you be so kind to include other information while you are looking at the datasheet? Tempco, power rating, max working voltage, part dimensions, etc. etc. etc. What is critical information for one person, can be useless clutter for another. Who decides on a standard?
Now, you probably want to link these symbols to footprints. For SMD resistors, this is fairly straightforward, but consider to think of all the variations for THT resistors - I haven’t seen anyone mention pitch variations yet And again, do you just want a single “1/4W size” resistor, or do you want to take into account the small size differences between manufacturers when it comes to silkscreen, courtyards and 3D models?
You also want 3D models? Do you want the parts at the nominal size, or perhaps the maximum size? For THT resistors, you want different manufacturer body sizes, lead thicknesses, pitches? Vertical mounting? Color rings?
Even if someone were to provide this biblical amount of work for you, would you trust the parts and information contained in them, or would you be willing to go through the trouble of checking all the parts = symbols and footprinst and 3D models?
So much to write, so many (rhetorical) questions, such rabbit hole this is