ANN: Greasemonkey compiler

Discussion in 'Python' started by Adrian Holovaty, Apr 27, 2005.

  1. Greasemonkey (http://greasemonkey.mozdev.org/) is a Mozilla Firefox
    extension that allows you to write scripts, in JavaScript, that alter
    specific Web pages.

    I've written a "compiler" for these scripts. It's a Python module that
    takes a user script as input and creates a full-fledged Firefox extension.

    This is useful if you're a script developer and want to distribute your
    work to people without having to ask them to install Greasemonkey. It can
    also be a helpful starting point if you want to write a more advanced
    Firefox extension.

    Python code (GPL):

    http://www.letitblog.com/code/python/greasemonkey.py.txt

    Web interface:

    http://www.letitblog.com/greasemonkey-compiler/

    Feel free to e-mail comments, bug fixes, etc.

    Adrian Holovaty
    ----

    http://www.holovaty.com/
    Adrian Holovaty, Apr 27, 2005
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