Well - no more. I learned of the existence of MozRepl, which is a plugin that provides a local telnet command line that can be used to inject JS into running Mozilla-based applications (Firefox and Thunderbird being the ones I actually care about). And MozRepl does have a Perl module to talk to it.
So that's another option I have for automating my work. I'm not 100% sure yet how best to use it, but at least I know it's there.
Tuesday, June 3, 2014
At docopt.org - a specification language for command-line interfaces. Shades of ... that groovy Perl module I can't remember the name of. Right - Getopt::Euclid! I used it for the Marpa tester. Shades of that! Except a general specification language. I think I'll steal this idea eventually.