Re: Bug#900286: ITP: spm -- simple password manager
- Date: Mon, 28 May 2018 19:46:59 +0200
- From: Jakub Wilk <jwilk@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Bug#900286: ITP: spm -- simple password manager
* Paride Legovini <pl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, 2018-05-28, 17:33:
spm is a single fully POSIX shell compliant script
Somehow these kind of grandiose claims are never true.
- has a shebang;
- passes -G to grep (not in POSIX);
- uses readlink(1) (not in POSIX).
But anyway, this is an implementation detail, so I don't think it
belongs to the package description.
with basic tools such as find(1) and tree(1).
find(1) is in POSIX, so I'm not sure it was mentioned explicitly.
tree(1) is not "basic". It's obscure.
Passwords are stored as GPG encrypted files with directories funtioning
Typo: funtioning -> functioning
In Debian the script will be installed as 'spm.sh'
That would be against Policy §10.4.
Please talk to upstream about choosing a different name.
“If the first line of a file of shell commands starts with the
characters "#!", the results are unspecified.”