Enumerate switch ports

I need a way to list out the last mac address known to port-security per port in IOS, and EEM may be my answer.  
The command  "show port-security address" gets me close - it shows current mac on all up ports, like: 
> AS5#show port-security address
>         Secure Mac Address Table
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Vlan   Mac Address       Type                     Ports   Remaining Age
>                                                             (mins)  
> ----   -----------       ----                     -----   -------------
>   6   001d.e5ea.a1d5   SecureDynamic           Gi1/0/26   < 1
>   6   0007.7d43.638b   SecureDynamic           Gi1/0/31   < 1
>   6   0050.6003.76ce   SecureDynamic           Gi1/0/40   < 1
>   1   0050.b607.c3a3   SecureDynamic           Gi1/0/43   < 1
>   1   c42c.030c.05d4   SecureDynamic           Gi1/0/44   < 1
>   1   0023.5e20.a48e   SecureDynamic           Gi1/0/45   < 1
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
however, I also need the last mac known to the port. For example "show port-security int g7/11" has the info I need:
> DEVON-3RDFL-138-4#sh port-security int gi 7/11              
> Port Security             : Enabled
> Port Status               : Secure-down
> Violation Mode             : Restrict
> Aging Time                 : 1 mins
> Aging Type                 : Absolute
> Maximum MAC Addresses     : 1
> Total MAC Addresses       : 0
> Configured MAC Addresses   : 0
> Sticky MAC Addresses       : 0
> Last Source Address       : d4be.d995.8159 <-- We are looking for > this, but we may not know which port it was last connected to...
> Last Source Address VlanId : 455
> Security Violation Count   : 0
However, enumerating all ports on a switch to find which one has a specific mac address is painful.
So, my intent is to wrte an EEM script that will enumerate all ports on a switch and hold that in an array that I can then sequentially run commands again.
Surely someone has already written a script to enumerate all switch interfaces.   Anyone know where to find it?

Thanks Joseph! 
With your code I got my script working! I'm attaching it here.
Some notes of mine.
1) I sure like PERL *a lot* more than TCL.   I find TCL weird where I don't do a ; at the end of lines, don't declare my variables with $ and not having a conecpt of an @array is killing me!
2) I changed the 1st part of the script from port-security ports to all Ethernet interfaces. If a port is down it does not show in "show port-security adresses", where it will show with "show interface summary | inc Ethernet".
3) I added Catalyst switches output port-security info two ways: either "Last Source Address : aa.bb.cc.dd.ee.ff"  (older code) or "Last Source Address:Vlan : aa.bb.cc.dd.ee.ff:1" (newer code).   I added logic to deal with either output.
4) The script seems to run pretty slow. It takes ~15 seconds for a switch with 24 interfaces on it.  In a stack I'd run into MAXRUN time issues for sure.
Again thanks Joseph! - Finished Script below:
# Written 2012 by Neville Aga ([email protected])
# Make an alias to trigger this script, such as
# "alias exec show-last-macs event manager run show_last_macs.tcl"
namespace import ::cisco::eem::*
namespace import ::cisco::lib::*
# Open the CLI
if [catch {cli_open} result] {
   error $result $errorInfo
} else {
    array set cli1 $result
# Go into enable mode 
if [catch {cli_exec $cli1(fd) "en"} result] {
    error $result $errorInfo
# Enumerate switch ethernet interfaces and put them into array..
# er list. TCL doesnt do arrays
# Enumerate all ports here
set output [cli_run [list "show interfaces summary | inc Ethernet"]]
set ports [list]
foreach line [split $output "\n"] {
regsub {\*} $line "" line
set line [string trim $line]
regsub -all {\s+} $line " " line
#puts "line is $line\n"
lappend ports [lindex $line 0]
puts "Last MAC associated with all port-security switch ports:"
puts "by Neville Aga ([email protected]). Follow me on twitter @nevilleaga"
foreach port $ports {
set output [cli_run [list "sh port-security int $port"]]
if { [regexp {Port Security\s+:\s(Enabled)} $output -> enabled] } {
if { [regexp {Port Status\s+:\s+(\S+)} $output -> portstatus] } {}
# This will get output returned like "Last Source Address  :  aa.bb.cc.dd.ee.ff" - 6500 typical
if { [regexp {Last Source Address\s+:\s+([a-fA-F0-9\.]+)} $output -> mac] } {
puts "Last MAC for $port is $mac -- $portstatus "
# This will get output returned like "Last Source Address:Vlan :  aa.bb.cc.dd.ee.ff:1" - 3560 12.2.53
if { [regexp {Last Source Address:Vlan\s+:\s+([a-fA-F0-9\.]+)} $output -> mac] } {
puts "Last MAC for $port is $mac -- $portstatus"
# Close the CLI
if [catch {cli_close $cli1(fd) $cli1(tty_id)} result] {
    error $result $errorInfo

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