List your installed Chromium extensions (with url to each page)

for i in $(find ~/.config/chromium/*/Extensions -name 'manifest.json'); do n=$(grep -hIr name $i| cut -f4 -d '"'| sort);u="";ue=$(basename $(dirname $(dirname $i))); echo -e "$n:\n$u$ue\n" ; done
Gives you a list for all installed chrome (chromium) extensions with URL to the page of the extension. With this you can easy add a new Bookmark folder called "extensions" add every URL to that folder, so it will be synced and you can access the names from every computer you are logged in. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Only tested with chromium, for chrome you maybe have to change the find $PATH.
Sample Output
RSS Live Links:

Firebug Lite 1.3.0 beta for Google Chrome:


Secure sites:


Browser Button for AdBlock:

Web Developer:


ChromeMUSE - Multi-URL Shortener/Expander:

By: new_user
2010-05-18 15:16:36

What Others Think

alternative 1: for i in ~/.config/chromium/*/Extensions/*/*/manifest.json; do n=$(sed '/name/!d;s|.*: "\(.*\)",.*|\1|' $i); printf "$n\n$(echo $i|sed 's|.*/Extensions/\(.*\)/.*|\1|;s|/.*||')\n"; done
plasticdoc · 546 weeks and 5 days ago

What do you think?

Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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