You can find all the tokens and their corresponding directory on Windows and Mac from http://help.adobe.com/en_US/extensionmanager/cs/using/MXI_tech_note.pdf. Also the FAQ link in the Extension Manager user forum page (http://forums.adobe.com/community/creativesuites/extensionmanager/faq) describes how to install extensions for Bridge CS6 manually.
Another way is to copy configuration sub-directory from Bridge CS5/5.5 to Bridge CS6, and modify all the version-related values in XManConfig.xml accordingly. Then launch Extension Manager CS6. Bridge CS6 will be listed in Extension Manager CS6. You can install extensions for Bridge as usual. But we don't give you any guarantee for it.
Thanks for the reply Carl, but that is the CS5.5 document. From the first page:
"Technical Note: Extension Manager CS Configuration Reference for CS5.5"
I'm looking for the CS6 document.
I know how to install things manually; what I'm trying to determine is if there is an automated way for CS6, like there is for CS4, CS5 and CS5.5.
Also, thanks for the tip regarding the Configuration sub-directory. It's not a realistic solution for distribution of a Bridge MXP file though. Also, if all it takes to add EM support for Bridge is that folder, why is it not there to begin with?