Command line and GUI interface to pass, the Unix password manager.
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README.md

passgo

This repository includes Go code to interact with pass, the Unix password manager. Library code is provided to open a password store, list saved passwords, and decrypt specified passwords. The library provides a simple passphrase input function, or, if gpg-agent is running (on MacOS), it will connect automatically to request your GPG passphrase. On Android, passgo connects to OpenKeychain. MacOS and Android users can also ask passgo to copy a password directly to the clipboard.

store := passgo.Store{}
// directory defaults to ~/.password-store, or set it manually here:
// store.Dir = "/home/me/.pw-store"
err := passgo.GetStore(&store)
if err != nil { ... }
passlist := store.List()
for _,x := range passlist {
	if x.Pathname == "myPass" {
		p, err := store.Decrypt(x.Pathname)
		if err == nil {
			passgo.Clip(p) // put on the clipboard
		} else {
			log.Fatal("Cannot decrypt ", x.Pathname)
		}
	}
}
/// or just do:
p, err := store.Decrypt("myPass")
...

Also included is a simple GUI front-end using Gio that works on MacOS and Android. See cmd/passgo-gui.