Build the Unix password manager
pass, but with type safety, unit tests, and other niceties.
This is mostly written as an excuse for learning Haskell, although hopefully it will end up being useful. Bash is a perfectly fine language, but with the complexity of
pass (700 lines at the time of this writing), it's nice to have the safety offered by implementing it in a compiled language.
Here's a list of all of the commands listed in
pass help, along with the current status in
pass init: Not implemented.
pass, this is the default behavior when no commands are passed.
lswith a subfolder lists the files in that directory if it exists, or prints an error message if it does not.
lsmust (currently) be explicitly called if passing a subfolder. That is,
pass Passwordswill list the contents of the directory
hpass Passwordswill complain about an unrecognized command.
pass find: Implemented as in
pass showwith a password name shows the decrypted password.
pass [password-name]complains about an unrecognized argument instead of showing the decrypted password.
-c/--clipargument is not yet implemented.
pass grep: Not implemented.
pass insert: Not implemented.
pass edit: Not implemented.
pass generate: Not implemented.
pass rm: Not implemented.
pass mv: Not implemented.
pass cp: Not implemented.
pass git: Not implemented.
pass help: Not implemented.
pass version: Not implemented.
--qrcode flag is not implemented yet.