Windows implementation of passwordstore in pure batch
kenny.evitt at gmail.com
Sun Feb 16 01:02:20 CET 2020
I just checked the `Ubuntu` app on my Windows box and the output of `uname`
Here are the previous threads from the archives:
Here's a GitHub issue (for myself) for this:
- [Get this merged upstream · Issue #2 · kenny-evitt/password-store-buw](
There are two major issues still:
1. `uname` in the Windows Ubuntu app still outputs `Linux`.
2. There's no builtin support for arbitrary data in the Windows clipboard.
Every single possible file/data format would have to be supported
individually (AFAICT). This means only text data, already on the clipboard,
can be restored (after Pass clears a copied password from the clipboard).
For , it just occurred to me that maybe there's a way to just add the
Windows clipboard support to the existing `linux.sh` script.
Jason – how do you feel about that?
For , maybe there's a relatively simple way to just read and write the
clipboard data as generic binary data.
Jason – would you accept patches for this if this could *only* support
restoring *text* data to the Windows clipboard?
On Sat, Feb 15, 2020 at 4:35 PM Tobias Girstmair <t-passwd at girst.at> wrote:
> (apologies, sent from a wrong/nonexistent email address before)
> On Sat, Feb 15, 2020 at 10:21:55PM +0100, Jason A. Donenfeld wrote:
> > I wonder if in the
> > intervening years a reliable non-kludgy detection mechanism has been
> > discovered.
> what about env vars? I've got XDG_SESSION_TYPE=x11 and
> (and a bunch of other XDG_* ones) on my system.
> according to a quick search, this hasn't been discussed before.
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