I Wrote My First Script! :D

I was trying to figure out just exactly which GNOME extensions were on my system, and I found there are a few commands that each give you a piece of the puzzle. Eureka! A reason to write a script! :smiley: So I did. :slight_smile: I published it on GitHub, so it’s freely available for use publicly. Even if you love or hate it, I’d be absolutely GIDDY that you even clicked the link lol! :wink: <3

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Hi, congratz for your first script. I don’t use Gnome and therefore cannot test or check output of script. But in my research found this which maybe interests you: https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/GNOME#Extensions

$ gsettings get org.gnome.shell enabled-extensions

The above command may list extensions that have been removed. To only list extensions that are enabled and installed, use gnome-extensions instead:

$ gnome-extensions list --enabled
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On that note, where is the gsettings command getting its data? I would like to fix that. :wink:

Thanks for the tip. I’ll incorporate it. :slight_smile:

I got a reply from a member of the GNOME team. :slight_smile:

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