I start passpeco.

Daniel Dörrhöfer ddo at openmailbox.org
Thu Apr 5 23:06:43 CEST 2018


I did a similar project, just because i have to many passwords and i
cant handle them without a fuzzy search any more.


It is using the bash completion and the user can choose the fuzzy search
tool by setting an environment variable in the bashrc.

e.G. export PASSWORD_STORE_FUZZY="peco"

Just use pass -c **<TAB> and start the fuzzy search for your passwords.


See patch:

Am 24.03.2018 um 06:06 schrieb Nobutarou Nosuke:
> Hi,
> This is my first post. I recently started password-store. I soon like
> it. How simple is it? It is just a text file. This gives me the best
> freedom. I can save any info!
> But I also feel that I want incremental search. Then I start to write
> a simple script, passpeco, here,
>       https://github.com/Nobutarou/passpeco
> Do you know peco, https://github.com/peco/peco ? It is really nice
> filtering tool on console. And it is very friendly with pass.
> Maybe you have already made your pass very comfortable for you. Maybe
> better than my script. But if this could give you some help, I would
> be grad.
> Thanks,
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