[PATCH] Clear clipboard selection from clippy history
lists+pass at simplit.com
Sun May 31 00:32:57 CEST 2020
On 31 May 2020, at 3:50, Oliver Ford wrote:
> rather than every user figuring out the correct command independently
It does indeed seem wrong that `pass` should support every clipboard
manager out there.
On macOS the convention is to mark the clipboard item with
`org.nspasteboard.ConcealedType` so that clipboard managers know that
they should not add the item to the history, details at
http://nspasteboard.org/ - Although `pass` doesn’t actually follow
this convention on macOS, as the shell command to store items on the
clipboard does not allow adding auxiliary types.
Furthermore, some clipboard managers have heuristics to identify
I am not familiar with Linux clipboard and its clipboard managers, but
is there any way to tag the data?
Alternatively, is there any way to setup a regular expression to
I see from your commit that the `clipdel` command already support
deleting by regular expression, so it seems like worst-case one could
setup a cronjob to regularly prune passwords from its history.
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