Release of Ripasso version 0.3.0
We have just released version 0.3.0 of Ripasso, a password manager that lets you control the level of risk that you expose your passwords to.
Support for signing Git commits, if it’s configured in Git’s config
If you set the Git configuration values
user.signingkey, then Ripasso
will respect them when creating Git commits and signing those.
Display who touched a password last
If the password store is backed by a Git repository, then Ripasso will read and display who changed a password last.
Support for initializing a Git repo in the quick start wizard
If you start Ripasso without a password store directory you will get a guide that helps you get set up. That guide now also gives you the opportunity to initialize a Git repository.
Added a status bar, and a menu
We reworked to information at the bottom of the screen, moved the shortcuts into a menu and added a status bar that displays what’s happening in the application.
Ctrl-W doesn’t delete last word in search bar
Made Ctrl-W behave as in the shell, so that you can delete last typed word with it.
Fixed performance problem if the Git repo was large
Ripasso initialized the Git repository once for every operation that it did, which was very slow. Ownership of the Git repository object have now been moved so that it will only be initialized once.
Fixed problem with passwords that contained a . character
Newly created passwords that contained a . character weren’t accessible without a restart.
Arch now has two packages,
ripasso-git that tracks the development branch and
that contains the stable version.
yay install ripasso-git
yay install ripasso-cursive
nix-env -iA nixpkgs.ripasso-cursive
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:cortex/ripasso.git cd ripasso cargo build -p ripasso-cursive
- Joakim Lundborg - developer
- Alexander Kjäll - developer
- Stig Palmquist - NixOS packager
- Tae Sandoval - NixOS macos packager
- David Plassman - Arch packager
Also a big thanks to everyone who contributed with bug reports and patches.