View age of password

me at me at
Mon Sep 25 01:03:36 CEST 2017

So, you do not have this feature in the pass. The "stat" command is part of your system, if you make a script with it then you can know the date of the changes.

As the discussion is concerned, yes, you will have to wait for the update of the package to have. But you can do the manual installation to always have the last version of the pass, just read the web page of the project.

25.09.2017, 01:58, "Phil" <philipw at>:
> Thanks for letting me know.
> Unfortunately, I don't think I can use that command on my version of pass
> (1.6.5).
> I need to wait for Debian include the latest release of pass.
> Phil
> On Monday, 25 September 2017 01:45:39 BST me at wrote:
>>  Native to the pass, as far as I know not. But this is an interesting feat to
>>  have.
>>  But to see the age of the modification is possible with the command "stat"
>>  25.09.2017, 01:38, "Phil" <philipw at>:
>>  > Hi all,
>>  >
>>  > I'm new to pass and I was wondering, is there a way to view how old a pass
>>  > is? (or the creation date of it). If not, will this be something to
>>  > consider to add as a feature?
>>  >
>>  > Phil
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