user and pass on same record
steve at erayd.net
Tue Jan 28 21:15:37 CET 2020
You can use either, or something else entirely - pass is quite flexible,
and does not impose any particular schema on you.
--clip takes a numeric line number if you wish to copy a specific line, or
will default to the first line if not provided.
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On Wed, 29 Jan 2020 at 08:51, Nuno Teixeira <ed.arrakis at gmail.com> wrote:
> For some sites I need to remember username and password.
> Should I use too records like:
> Business/factory (password)
> Business/factory_id (username)
> use: pass insert -m Business/factory
> This way, xclip copies first line "password".
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