SQLite Manager is a powerful extension for Firefox, which provides the ability to manage SQLite database from within Firefox. Also, Conkeror/Firefox store their data (history pages, bookmarks, downloads,…) using SQLite database. However, Conkeror doesn’t have any feature to have you manage its data (bookmarks, history, downloads..). You need to query that data manually from the SQLite database file. This blog post will demonstrate how to install and use SQLite Manager to manage those kinds of data from within Conkeror.
First, you need to install the SQLite Manager add-on from Mozilla extensions page. Open Conkeror and follow this url https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/sqlite-manager/. In my case, everything I need to do is to click on the Download button and the extension installer will do the rest. However, if you encounter any problem, take a look at how to forced install the extension on Conkeror’s page http://conkeror.org/Extensions.
Next, open your .conkerorrc file and add this interactive command to activate SQLite Manager.
Restart Conkeror for the changes to take effect. Now type M-x and then sqlite-manager, the SQLite Manager window will appear and you can open any sqlite database to query on. You can also open Conkeror’s databases which contain information about history, downloads, bookmarks,… in the (Select Profile Database) combo box on the top of the window.