Display the list of all opened tabs from Firefox via a python one-liner and a shell hack to deal with python indentation.

python2 <<< $'import json\nf = open("sessionstore.js", "r")\njdata = json.loads(f.read())\nf.close()\nfor win in jdata.get("windows"):\n\tfor tab in win.get("tabs"):\n\t\ti = tab.get("index") - 1\n\t\tprint tab.get("entries")[i].get("url")'
You have to do that before : cd ~/.mozilla/firefox/<YOUR PROFILE> Require bash. If you use something else, you may use echo <CODE> | python Forked from ArkSeth python script.

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By: sputnick
2009-12-28 21:56:05

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