[pass] Tree names with gpg extensions (documentation question?)
martin at piwany.com
Fri Feb 26 17:24:48 CET 2016
I'm pretty sure you haven't done anything wrong. I'm also an OSX user and a
Linux user and I use a pass store initialized on a Linux and the behaviour
is the same.
So maybe the documentation is out of date or something has been
broken/changed in the code, but I would say that this is not your fault. I
hadn't noticed before this mail :)
Maybe there is a configuration option I'm not aware of...
On Fri, Feb 26, 2016 at 5:17 PM Patrick Davey <patrick.davey at gmail.com>
> I have just installed password-store on the advice of lots of friends! -
> loving it. I am currently using it on osx, and I was creating some test
> files and running pass.
> The output of pass gives me:
> Password Store
> ├── something.gpg
> └── test.gpg
> Which is very slightly different from what is shown on the homepage
> https://www.passwordstore.org/ (using the password store section)
> where the files are shown without the .gpg extension. I was wondering if
> the documentation is out of date, or if I have initialized it slightly
> incorrectly. I cloned the repo to see if I could update the homepage, but
> doesn't look like it's contained there.
> The reason I ask, is, partly, that I hadn't included the bash-completion
> to begin with, and when I initially typed `pass something.gpg` I got an
> error (error: something.gpg is not in the password store.) which was
> slightly confusing. Typing `pass something` works perfectly as expected
> (and as the autocompletion completes to)
> Anyway, it's all working, apologies for what may be a very basic question!
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