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Tomas
@varpon
No idea why the travis-ci build failed in the database.go file now.
VictorNine
@VictorNine
Hi!
No chance on my system :( The strange thing is that preflight only asks for "Access-Control-Request-Headers
device-type"
VictorNine
@VictorNine
Starting to feel like a bug in rs/cros but it is strange that it works for you
This is probably why they are now sending the requests to vault.bitwarden.com/api instead of the normal endpoint
Just asked Kyle they did the switch to avoid unstable cros. Just what we are seeing now
Tomas
@varpon

I just cloned bitwarden/web again, rebuilt it and it is working stable for me after adding adding

ExposedHeaders:   []string{"Authorization"}

to the cors.Options in main.go

VictorNine
@VictorNine
No chance for me. Tried the exact same thing :(
Tried all kinds of hack but no luck
Tomas
@varpon
all I changed in the webvault was to set the env to Development in package.json and set the URLs to my bitwarden-go server in settings.json.
really weird that it is not working for you
VictorNine
@VictorNine
Yes it is but cros can be wired. And having something that works for some setup's but not all is not a good idea. I'll to some more reading to see if I can find the reason and if there is a solution
Tomas
@varpon
sure
the other PR for editing folder names is independent of this one though :)
VictorNine
@VictorNine
Yup, tought I'd fix this issue first. Thanks for the help btw :)
Tomas
@varpon
thank you for writing bitwarden-go in the first place!
Ryan Hoeck
@ElCyborg
Thinking about the configuration, I realized that the configuration file might not be the best way to go about it. Using just flags would be more idiomatic with go, and would allow the program to be utilized in scripts easier. However, the config file can be kept /kept in addition to/replaced by this change. I have a branch on my fork with these changes, thoughts?
VictorNine
@VictorNine
I'll have a look when I get home. Probably better to choose one so no one to keep it simple
And I think your right in flags being the best option
Ryan Hoeck
@ElCyborg
Sounds good, I added a pr
VictorNine
@VictorNine
Merged :)
Planning on finishing the proxy today witch will be a relatively big change. Just in case you are working on something
VictorNine
@VictorNine
done
Ryan Hoeck
@ElCyborg
Have you worked on implementing 2fa at all? @VictorNine
VictorNine
@VictorNine
No just on the road map
VictorNine
@VictorNine
It does look relatively trivial to implement. If I can find the time I will get started this weekend
VictorNine
@VictorNine
Comments on this lib? github.com/dgryski/dgoogauth
VictorNine
@VictorNine
I now have it working for everything except android
VictorNine
@VictorNine
Android now also works. If any one wants to start testing
Odysseus16
@Odysseus16
Hi, thanks for your great work! What do you think about the organization feature? Or maybe the Totp feature?
VictorNine
@VictorNine
The organization is on the roadmap so some time in the future 😊
Odysseus16
@Odysseus16
ok, great! So i am curious can you tell a little bit more about the road map? :) and are your intrested to team up ?
VictorNine
@VictorNine
There is not an official roadmap. Just implementing futures I need.
Yes offcource pull request are always welcome 😊
Odysseus16
@Odysseus16
Ok, great
What do you think about gitlab for the development ? I like it more, as you can have private repos, which i find very usefull for unfinised development
I am keen on organizations, but I am stuck a bit. My problem is that I can create organizations, but I don´t know how to invite users. // how to load users.
VictorNine
@VictorNine
I don't really see the point of privet repos for a open soruce project.
Load users? How do you mean?
Had a look at what I've done so fare on organizations. Not really that much, just some of the create part
Odysseus16
@Odysseus16
don´t understand me wrong, i think open source is great and should stay the same; but only for the development, i think is a private repo better
i mean after i created an organization i am not able to invite users
Odysseus16
@Odysseus16
Thanks, I have found a soultion
VictorNine
@VictorNine
Looking forward to the PR
discojon
@discojon
I'm having issues trying to install on my rPi. go get github.com/VictorNine/bitwarden-go is returning can't load package: package github.com/VictorNine/bitwarden-go: no buildable Go source files in /usr/local/sbin/src/github.com/VictorNine/bitwarden-go
VictorNine
@VictorNine
The buildable "main" is in cmd/bitwarden-go
matrixbot
@matrixbot
@Victor9:matrix.org test
Lulu
@404cn
Hi guys, what difference between bitwarden-go and birwarden-rs and does bitwarden-go have advantages in some ways ?
matrixbot
@matrixbot
victornine I don't really know much about the rust implementation so hard to say. This repo is not actively maintained right now. If the rust repo is I would use that