[Greasemonkey] When is a user script too complex? (was: ANN: Chicago Transit ...)

Justin Mason jm at jmason.org
Tue Apr 19 16:15:57 EDT 2005


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Julien Couvreur writes:
> Justin Mason asks how to simplify the dev cycle, without having to
> keep re-installing the script each time you modify it.
> 
> Here's the trick:
> If you read the Greasemonkey FAQ, you can actually figure out where
> your script is copied to by GM. I edit that copy directly. Then the
> cycle just becomes: edit file, save file, reload test page!

ah, sorry for asking a FAQ ;)  -- but that's perfect!  cheers,

- --j.
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