[pass] Stripping .gpg not working

Lenz Weber mail at lenzw.de
Thu Feb 26 18:48:58 CET 2015

just for reference - we already did some testing, so stuff like
looking for hidden (color) characters was already done - we could find
nothing alike, at least not in the line that's not parsing.

Here's what we did so far: https://github.com/jvenant/passff/issues/56

I personally suspect that OSX has a slightly different version of sed
that maybe doesn't honor the "/g" flag or does not like $ in a regex OR
statement, but not being a mac user myself I can neither confirm nor
work around that.
Are there any Mac users out there that can shred some light on this?


Am Thu, 26 Feb 2015 16:03:43 +0200
schrieb Jaakko Rinta-Filppula <jaakko.rf at gmail.com>:

> Hi!
> I’m new here. I joined because I stumbled on problem when setting up
> pass with passff Firefox extension. On my system (OS X 10.9.5) the
> output of pass still contains .gpg extension on the passwords stored.
> I did a bit of digging around and found out that the tree output
> parsing before this commit
> http://git.zx2c4.com/password-store/commit/src/password-store.sh?id=5f3e0b36af40c1fc5991fce76e9998313d36c6ee
> worked fine but the current one doesn’t.
> Here’s what I get when running that line in my terminal:
> tree -C -l --noreport .password-store | tail -n +2 | sed
> 's/\.gpg\(\x1B\[[0-9]\+m\)\{0,1\}\( ->\|$\)/\1\2/g' └── www
>     └── facebook.com.gpg
> Any ideas what could cause this?
> – Jaakko

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