[pass] [PATCH] Firefox addon

Johan Venant jvenant at invicem.pro
Sun Oct 13 16:58:25 CEST 2013

Ok, so regarding your answer, I assume you think that my patch is not a
good idea. I perfectly understand that.

By the way, I can remove the passphrase dialogbox feature from the firefox
plugin if it's not a good idea.

If you use gpg-agent in the same user session than your firefox (should
probably be the case),
you will still be able to add your passphrase to gpg-agent from your
command line.
the plugin will then have access to your data through gpg-agent without
asking your passphrase.
Much less user friendly, but still efficient. Doesn't it ?

Johan Venant.*
Tel :* *+33 6 13 06 95 43

On Sun, Oct 13, 2013 at 9:24 AM, guns <self at sungpae.com> wrote:

> On Sat 12 Oct 2013 at 05:53:57PM +0200, Johan Venant wrote:
> > I know it may not be the best to bypass the default gpg-agent behavior
> > to get the passphrase. But right now, I didn't found any other
> > solution. If someone have an other idee, let my know.
> I think you could ask the gnupg-users mailing list since this is not
> particular to password-store.
> FWIW, I think a firefox addon is a great idea, but I would not use it if
> it bypassed gpg-agent's pinentry dialogue.
>     guns
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