Nautilus scripts manager is a little app to help you manage your Nautilus scripts. Once installed, you'll find it in “System” → “Preferences” → “Nautilus scripts manager”
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The standard directory for installation of Nautilus scripts is /usr/share/nautilus-scripts. To enable them, they must be linked in ~/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts. This is all this app does, with a nice interface.
Only nautilus and pygtk are needed (pygtk is not even a strict requirement, because a command line interface is also provided).
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