Am 06.04.2018 um 10:05 schrieb Johannes Wienke:
> On 05.04.2018 23:06, Daniel Dörrhöfer wrote:
>> I did a similar project, just because i have to many passwords and i
>> cant handle them without a fuzzy search any more.
>> It is using the bash completion and the user can choose the fuzzy search
>> tool by setting an environment variable in the bashrc.
>> e.G. export PASSWORD_STORE_FUZZY="peco"
>> Just use pass -c **<TAB> and start the fuzzy search for your passwords.
> Just as another option ;-) If you are using fish shell, you get fuzzy
> completion for free from the shell itself, not only for pass.
Nice. I just changed the default shell from my quake terminal to the
fish shell. Usually i use the quake terminal for password-store only -
so it is a pretty neat combination with fish.
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