[pass] pass in cygwin

Brandon Jones jones.brandon.lee at gmail.com
Thu Apr 17 22:59:58 CEST 2014

Works like a charm! Glad to help! Now if only someone would port gpg-agent
to Cygwin.

On Thu, Apr 17, 2014 at 3:27 PM, Jason A. Donenfeld <Jason at zx2c4.com> wrote:

> On Thu, Apr 17, 2014 at 6:50 PM, Brandon Jones
> <jones.brandon.lee at gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > The only thing that was unclear is the part where you say "verify this
> > works, as well as the makefile." The statement implies that one should
> > verify that the function works but not by any specific method. My
> apologies
> > for choosing to do this by modifying the function within the
> /usr/bin/pass
> > rather than modifying src/platform/cygwin.sh to call the function clip
> with
> > two dummy variables. It didn't occur to me that it would matter either
> way.
> > I've not been involved in any programming projects with others nor do I
> > primarily use git or bash (for scripting I use python) so you'll have to
> > take that into account.
> Sorry for my general brusqueness earlier -- I wrote that previous
> email from my cellphone while waiting on queue somewhere...
> Anyway - what I did before is extract your modifications to
> /usr/bin/pass and instead define a brand new platform file called
> cygwin.sh. So moving forward, all the cygwin-specific enhancements
> will live in there. I should have written more clearly before. Then,
> the new makefile is supposed to install that file to the right place
> and modify /usr/bin/pass to work with it... However...
> >
> > Getting git-pull to work in Cygwin is/can be a pain. I manually
> downloaded
> > the zip file. It still did not work.
> However, I'm an idiot and also coded the fix for the earlier problem
> on my phone, SSHd into my laptop, and forgot to "git push". Try
> downloading a zip now. The makefile shouldn't give you this error this
> time.
> Thanks for helping port to cygwin! Really appreciate it. Sorry for the
> hiccups so far.
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