I just did an FPM-to-Revelation conversion; in the process, I came up with some features that are not present, and not currently in the TODO list.
1. Searching for weak passwords/file-wide audit. 2. CVS/SVN accounts (maybe save for "custom" account types?) 3. Handling for accounts with multiple purposes, but one log-in (e.g., a Google account). With the folder-based approach, this would probably mean some sort of soft-linking scheme. 4. When doing an FPM import, use a "website" account type and fill in the URL if the FPM URL/Cmd field starts with an http:// or https://. 5. Support for entering multi-line notes without having to resort to cut-and-paste from an external app. 6. Fields for those stupid "[in]security questions" some sites insist on. 7. A "most frequently used" or similar, customizable view would be really handy (I spent most of my time in FPM on the "default" list). 8. The "phone" account type is confusing -- is it for a phone you own, or for a phone number you call and "log in" to? If the latter is the case, there needs to be a field for a user ID, not just a PIN. If the former is the case, a new account type for the latter would be nice. 9. Auto-saving of old passwords when generating a new password (e.g., a history list). 10. The ability to choose the length of the password at generation-time (instead of pre-configuring a set length). This is important, because some sites are obnoxious, and limit the length of passwords. Also, toggles similar to FPM for digits/special characters would be nice, since again, some sites forbid these. Just clone the whole FPM interface for this one. :p Also, Revolution crashed 2-3 times while I was updating the account information from the imported database. Since I have a lot of passwords, this wasn't too bad, but it does worry me just a little (e.g., if I generate a new password for an existing account, don't save, update the account, and then Revelation crashes). I'll post a bug if I can manage to find a consistent repro. Great work so far; thanks for taking on a utility like this, and for supporting such a wide variety of password manager file formats. -- Travis
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