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I need to provide an application developer with a list of all other python-nautilus extensions I have installed/running (I am trying to provide information on this issue).

What is the easiest way to get a list of these extensions on my machine?

(Please tag this with "python-nautilus")

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possible duplicate of Rabbit VCS stopped working after upgrade to 11.10 – hhlp Nov 10 '11 at 12:09
@hhlp my question does originate in a (happily resolved) rabbitvcs issue, but I'm asking the question so that other users of python-nautilus extensions can provide info if they encounter similar bugs - when I have a moment I'll clarify the question to make this clearer – d3vid Nov 10 '11 at 12:40
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User hhlp answer already says that the system folders are:



According to this answer, you should also have a look in these directories in your home directory:



Still found them on my v14.10.

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you can find them in two directory :



hope it help...

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thanks! I found .so files in the extensions directory (including but no "python" directory - what does that mean? – d3vid Nov 9 '11 at 6:56

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