Keywurl To Alfred
I really dig Alfred. A feature
that I find super useful is the ability to setup "Custom Searches"
in the Preferences for Alfred. I'm also an avid
user of Keywurl which
allows you to create custom keyword searches in Safari similar
to the way that you can in Firefox. I wanted to somehow "import" my Keywurl
customizations into Alfred. Fortunately, both Keywurl and Alfred
store their customizations in easy to modify plist files. So I wrote a
quick Python script that will import Keywurl entries into
Alfred's plist. Not all Keywurl entries are compatible with
Alfred so the script will let you know when it encounters these entries.
Also, if you already have an Alfred custom search with
the same keyword as a Keywurl search, the script will alert you and skip it. You can
change either and re-run the script. Please backup Alfred's custom searches
plist file, located at
~/Library/Application Support/Alfred/ customsites.plist depending
on your version of Alfred,
before using this script. Make sure to restart Alfred after running the script.
Code : KeywurlToAlfred.py