Hi! I would like to ask for some guidance to compile QtPass for Windows. Can someone point me to a direction? I would assume, I'm gonna need MinGW and Qt5, but I'm kinda lost. I'm used to compile code under Linux systems.
Hello - I'm using a somewhat old qtpass on Xenial (1.10). I see it marking a colleague's public GPG key I just imported as red == 'unusuable' because (it says in the users dialog) it has no secret key associated.
Is this a bug, and if so is it fixed?
I've managed to add the public key using the command-line pass, encrypt to it and he can decrypt the password store, which makes total sense as there should be no need to distribute private keys in order to decrypt GPG encrypted messages...
(I've looked in the issues and can't currently see any that seem to be about this problem)
realitygaps wu-lee (Gitter): i think you have to trust their key for it to be usable
Hi, I've recently started to use QtPass - cudos for making it working cross-platform!
There is one thing that I am not able to find anywhere documented - how exactly does "automatically pull" feature works? I've observed that "automatically push" will just push to remote on add/edit of entity
I have two profiles in qtpass, one backed by a git repo and the other one copletely local. Now in the options I have "use git" enabled. When I work with the local profile almost evrything breaks, since it looks like qtpass is trying to run git commands for everything I do, but that isn't a git repository of course. Am I missing something?
"fatal: not a git repository (or any parent up to mount point /) Stopping at filesystem boundary (GIT_DISCOVERY_ACROSS_FILESYSTEM not set)." etc
creating new passwords (sort of) work, though errors like the above are displayed, but eg drag and drop of password between folders doesn't
I have to enable/disable "use git" each time I switch profiles.