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@raamdev raamdev/fpass.sh
Created Feb 5, 2016

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Script to quickly search password store
#!/bin/bash
PATH_TO_PASS=/usr/local/bin/pass
PATH_TO_PASS_DIR=/Users/raam/.password-store
PATH_TO_FIND=/usr/bin/find
# Trims ".password-store/Personal/example.com.gpg" to
# "Personal/example.com" for use with the pass command
OFFSET=${#PATH_TO_PASS_DIR}
SEARCH_PATTERN=$(echo $1 | sed 's/ /.*/g')
SEARCH_PATTERN=".*$SEARCH_PATTERN.*"
# If more than one result was returned by the search,
# we need to present a list of results instead of using
# pass to get the password. If we can, we use the pass
# program to display the results so they look pretty.
NUMBER_OF_RESULTS=$(find $PATH_TO_PASS_DIR -iregex "$SEARCH_PATTERN" | wc -l)
if [ $NUMBER_OF_RESULTS -gt 1 ]; then
SEARCHTERM=$(find $PATH_TO_PASS_DIR -type d -iregex "$SEARCH_PATTERN")
# If the search did not return a directory, then we can't
# use the pass program to display teh results and we'll
# need to simply output the result of the find command.
if [ -z "$SEARCHTERM" ] || [ "$SEARCHTERM" == "" ]; then
find $PATH_TO_PASS_DIR -iregex "$SEARCH_PATTERN"
exit
fi
# Show the results using the pass program.
PREFIX_TRIMMED=${SEARCHTERM:OFFSET:999}
PREFIX_AND_EXTENSION_TRIMMED="${PREFIX_TRIMMED%.*}"
echo $PREFIX_AND_EXTENSION_TRIMMED
$PATH_TO_PASS show $PREFIX_AND_EXTENSION_TRIMMED
exit
fi
# If we got this far, then we found 1 and only 1 result.
# Let's display the password using the pass program.
SEARCHTERM=$(find $PATH_TO_PASS_DIR -iregex "$SEARCH_PATTERN")
PREFIX_TRIMMED=${SEARCHTERM:OFFSET:999}
PREFIX_AND_EXTENSION_TRIMMED="${PREFIX_TRIMMED%.*}"
echo $PREFIX_AND_EXTENSION_TRIMMED
$PATH_TO_PASS show $PREFIX_AND_EXTENSION_TRIMMED
$PATH_TO_PASS show -c $PREFIX_AND_EXTENSION_TRIMMED
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