[pass] [PATCH] oneline option

Jonas Wagner j.b.w at gmx.ch
Wed Feb 26 18:17:32 CET 2014


I think this would indeed be useful. I sometimes missed an option like this
when I did not remember in what directory I stored a password in. This
would allow me to do "pass ls -l | grep foo" instead of 'find
~/.password-store -name "*foo*"'.

One concern is whether we should really name this -l. It means something
quite different for ls. On the other hand, ls has a -1 option that prints
one name per line.


On Wed, Feb 26, 2014 at 1:56 PM, Nico Schottelius <
nico-password-store at schottelius.org> wrote:

> Good day,
> first of all thanks for implementing password store.
> It is the beautiful shell + gpg + vim password manager I was searching
> for a long time.
> I have created a patche against current master, available in a git
> repo [0]. I have created so far one branch to get some feedback if the
> given format is accepted for inclusion upstream:
> branch "oneline":
>     Add option "-l, --oneline" to print out password path on a line
>     This is rather helpful if you want to re-enter the string back to
>     password-store
> I'd like to enhance password store to be able to handle
> multiple IDs in .gpg-id file. I know that there is the group feature in
> gpg, but using this excludes important information from the repository
> and makes using password store much more cumbersome.
> I have seen a lot of bashism in password-store and was wondering if
> you'd accept cleanups that would make it work with posix shell?
> Looking forward to hearing from you,
> Nico
> [0] http://git.schottelius.org/?p=foreign/password-store;a=summary
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