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Version: 1.10.1, Package name: gopass-1.10.1
Maintained by: Aaron Bieber
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Description
gopass is a rewrite of the pass password manager in Go with the aim of making
it cross-platform and adding additional features. Our target audience are
professional developers and sysadmins (and especially teams of those) who are
well versed with a command line interface. One explicit goal for this project
is to make it more approachable to non-technical users. We go by the UNIX
philosophy and try to do one thing and do it well, providing a stellar user
experience and a sane, simple interface.


Filesize: 23.119 KB
Version History (View Complete History)
  • (2020-10-22) Updated to version: gopass-1.10.1
  • (2020-08-01) Updated to version: gopass-1.9.2
  • (2020-01-13) Package added to openports.se, version gopass-1.8.6 (created)
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CVS Commit History:

   2020-10-22 06:13:39 by Aaron Bieber | Files touched by this commit (3)
Log message:
Bump gopass to v1.10.1
- Include other gopass tools
Changes here: https://github.com/gopasspw/gopass/releases/tag/v1.10.1
   2020-10-05 13:46:18 by Jeremie Courreges-Anglas | Files touched by this commit (44)
Log message:
Remove gnupg-1.4 and replace it with gnupg-2
gnupg-1.4 is not developed actively anymore, and new software expects
a modern "gpg" executable, which leads to pointless patches in the ports
tree.  Move the various users of security/gnupg2 to security/gnupg and
zap patches that forced the use of "gpg2".
Crusade started by edd@ (security/gnupg maintainer), gnupg->gnupg2 test
reports from semarie@, giovanni@ and solene@, input and bulk build by
sthen@.  ok sthen@ edd@ (maintainer)
   2020-08-01 08:43:32 by Aaron Bieber | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
Update to 1.9.2. Diff from Raymond E. Pasco <ray at ameretat dot dev>. Tweak
from me for setting main.version.
Thanks Raymond!