[pass] Password store on Android
stefan.simroth at gmail.com
Wed Jun 4 21:53:33 CEST 2014
APG would qualify and it can work.
Long time ago, I already made an experiment.
Just now I commited it to the repo.
It's just the question, if we want to use it. Unfortunately it's not
actively maintained and the UI quite old and rusty.
OpenPGP Keychain looks much better and is based on the code base.
It also has a Remote interface to use for integration...
-- Beantwortete Nachricht --
> Absender: Nathan Typanski
> Datum: 06/04/2014 09:53 PM
> On 06/04, Stefan Simroth wrote:
>> Yes!! I want to and can do it, but currently I am so tight on time...
>> But I'll see what I can do.
>> If anyone would like to help - please tell me!
>> Especially helpful would be someone who could provide an
>> Android-compatible version of gnupg - which basically means compiling it
>> with the Android NDK. This is some kind of blocker for me right now.
> Does APG meet those requirements?
> It's GPL, so we at least can review it for Bad Behavior, and K9Mail
> integrated with it which seems to suggest it's interoperable to some
> extent. I don't know much more than that, and I haven't done enough
> Android development to say whether it's as simple as linking against a C
> library on a desktop, but it might work in theory.
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