How to pass command line arguments to an extension using a command line on MacOS?
I am developing an extension that processes some command line options.
I want to invoke the Firefox from a command line like this:
> ...../firefox -myarg1 -myarg2
I am running into a problem on Mac OS. When I run such command when
there is no FireFox running it works fine. However if I run the
command again I get an error saying that there is already an instance
of Firefox running and only one instance can run at a time
(paraphrasing here). I have tried to use the -remote option but no
Does anyone know how to solve this problem? Does anyone know if
invoking of chatzill...command line arguments for extension
I am writing an extension which stores information about mail
transfer, stored files etc. in a RDF-repository to make it available
for other applications.
Now I want to start thunderbird with a messagID as command line
argument so that my extension can show this message (afaik there is no
built-in command line argument for that).
My question now is, how can I access command line arguments in my
Thx for your help,
> I am writing an extension which stores information about mail
> transfer, stored files etc. in a...Command Line commands
Is there a list of commands that can be used at the NetWare server and at
the Windows workstation command line for ZFD 4.? I can't find them in the
documentation or on the knowledgebase apart from ZENVER. Thanks in advance
for any replies.
> Is there a list of commands that can be used at the NetWare server and at
> the Windows workstation command line for ZFD 4.?
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Within a PowerBuilder application, how do I create an association so that
all files with no extension are opened with notepad? I am using InsertFile
command. I know we can use the command line 'assoc' command but I don't
know how to include it in PowerBuilder code.
I am using PowerBuilder 6.5
You could probably do that with the run function. However, you should be
careful because most directories don't have extensions. I don't know what
kind of behavior that will cause.
...command line commands passed to perl script?
Sorry, should have added this to my last email. Does
anyone know how to pass values to a perl script
through the command line? Do you use param as in CGI
I want a user to be able to specify certain parameters
for the perl script (in case they want to run an
overnight scheduler on it).
Eg. testscript.pl /? gives you help or testscript /a
gives you another capability...
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Nameofperlscript command1 command2 command3
Params s...Command line extension install
We're an open-source project building a virtual machine dev env for LAMP.
We'd like to include some common web development extensions. Our build system is commandline Puppet scripts. We'd prefer to not have a manual configuration - (20 manual configurations is alot of time for testing and building)
What's the best way to install extensions?
This wouldn't work if Firefox wouldn't do updates:
This didn't work on Ubuntu 12.04 /usr/l...Starting extension from command line
Ok - I have my extension running. I used livehttpheaders as a template.
My extension fires off from the Tools menubar.
But now let's say I want to start firefox (with command line args) and
open my extension as well. If I use
firefox -chrome chrome://myext/content/myext.xul
that will open my extension - but there is no firefox browser.
firefox & firefox -chrome chrome://myext/content/myext.xul
but that brings up the profiles dlg box.
How can I open firefox AND my extension from a shell script ?
charlie schmitt wrote:
> How can I open...extension from command line thunderbird
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Could you help me: is it possible yo install extension from command in the
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I have a script that is reading input from ARGV. The script is being
passed a file name as follows:
datefile.pl c:\program files\IBM\SQLLIB\DB2\db2diag.log
The problem I am running into is that the space is not recognized in the
argument. All that I get passed to is is c:\program . How do I get
the rest of the argument. Below is a portion of the script. Thanks.
# check i...Command-line Extension Installer
Something along the lines of
install-mozilla-extension (--firefox|--thunderbird|...) \
ext1 ext2 ...
Where extN is either a file or a URL, in either case something .xpi.
Something like this would make remote/bulk installing/upgrading/extending
of mozilla+family installations much easier.
On 2005-01-09 18:07, Carlo Graziani wrote:
> Something along the lines of
> install-mozilla-extension (--firefox|--thunderbird|...) \
> ext1 ext2 ...
> Where extN is either a file or a...(re)install an extension from command line
I'm developing a firefox extension non bootstrap, and it would be very
helpful to me to automatize its installation for rapid development.
Specially I would like to be able to restart firefox from command line
and reinstall my extension. I have this bash / bat script that builds
the xpi file for the extension.
Now, I have to drop the xpi file to firefrox using the mouse and answer
2 dialogs for restarting firefox an be able to test my extension
changes. This is not practical to me and I would like to reduce this
work and be able to reinstall my extension using ...communicating between a command line handler and an extension
I have a command line handler that sets preferences for my extension.
This works well for FF2, but in FF3 nsIPrefBranch2.setCharPref() does
not work. Are there other ways to send data to extension from command
line handlers? The only other way I've see is to open a window and pass
On 10/19/07, John J Barton <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I have a command line handler that sets preferences for my extension.
> This works well for FF2, but in FF3 nsIPrefBranch2.setCharPref() does
> not work. Are there other ways to send data to ex...How to pass string in command line argument.
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I want to pass a command argument to perl script with double quotes (" );
below is my scenario
my xml file is something like this ..
<var2>this is my name</var2>
<var2>this is others name </var2>
my perl script...Passing data arguments via command line
Sorry, let's try that again with a sensible subject line -- Mo
This is a very dim question, but hey, this is a beginners' list so I hope
you'll forgive me.
I want to be able to pass variable data arguments to my perl script from an
outside application by calling a command line that's something along the
perl myscript.pl "data1" "data2 "data3"
(a) is it possible to pass data arguments via the command line in this way?
(b) inside the script I want to assign them to variables -- but how do I