I use zotero, (a reference manager like endnote) with firefox to keep track of all my references. I recently discovered a ubuntu / debian package that uses python to copy and then access the sqlite database within zotero to find references and their connected pdf's provided by a search for a specific date or author name.
The package is gnotero http://www.cs.vu.nl/...dex.php?page=gnotero
and looks to be entirely written in python with a zoterotools module, and a module used to create a dialog box in the gnome window manager.
I think I remember that you could write plugins in python with Fscript, but wasn't entirely sure how to start.
I guess I have two basic questions.
Can you program and access external modules in python through FARR so I can get the input and output functionality as in gnotero, also can you output the information in FARR similar to the way it is shown on the linked page?
I have been using FARR for at least 3 years, but haven't gotten into plugins until now.