import from 1password7

Zack z at
Fri Aug 20 12:11:55 UTC 2021

Sorry, was hitting send to early, this version of the script is better, 
here is the help output:

Usage: ./ [--list | --test] [--skip NUM] [--amount 
NUM] [--importType TYPE] data.1pif
   test: testMode, do not actually store data
   list: just list elements
   skip: skip NUM entries before actually doing anything, 0 is default
   amount: amount of entries to process, 0 means all
   importType: only import this type, e.g. securenotes.SecureNote

it creates sub directories for each type. This might not be everybodys 
best choice - could be easily changed...

On 20 Aug 2021, at 14:00, Zack wrote:

> Hi,
> I am really glad I found this tool, all others are moving to 
> subscription models and so I am more than happy to have found pass.
> So, I wanted to move from 1password7 to pass, but I did not find an 
> import script for it. So I created my own. It is completely written in 
> bash, only json_pp and sed need to be available.
> Of course, using python or any other tool would make it a bit easier, 
> but this is working so far so good. So I thought I'd share it, maybe 
> some others need it or have something to share.
> to use it, you need to export your 1Password data to a 1pif 
> "directory". On the shell, start the import like this:
> ./ 1PasswordExport.1pif/data.1pif
> This should import all Data.
> Or is there a better way?
> Cheers,
> Stephan
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