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LWN.net Weekly Edition for June 13, 2013
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Little things that matter in language design
My smartphone until very recently was the Nokia N900. There was a Schneiderian clone called PasswordSafe that worked rather well (the only two bugs were a missing icon and a non-functional export).
I've tried to import my pwsafe database into Revelation, which claims support for it, but the import failed silently.
I'm now looking for a solution that would support both Ubuntu and the Nokia N9, and, ideally support the same format.
Schneier-based ideas work for me
Posted Nov 13, 2011 12:02 UTC (Sun) by philipstorry (subscriber, #45926)
I guess I have three options:
1. Learn C and maintain it myself (thus get it back into the distros)
2. Write my own "clone" in my own choice of language
3. Use something else
Luckily, having picked a format that's widely supported, three is at least an easy interim option until I can decide whether I want to do 1 or 2...
Good luck finding something to solve your problem.
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