Relevation is a command-line interface to retrieve passwords stored with the Revelation Password Manager. It provides equivalent functionality to the "Find" box as found in Revelation's GUI.
|Tags||Security Utilities Command Line|
|Licenses||BSD 2 clause|
|Operating Systems||Linux POSIX Solaris BSD OpenBSD NetBSD FreeBSD Windows|
Release Notes: Support for the newer v2 data format (Revelation 0.14) and better handling of Unicode fields (i.e. accented characters in entries).
Release Notes: This minor update adds fixes for the minimal GUI (broken in 1.2) and an integrated RPM specfile from Fedora Rawhide.
Release Notes: Case-insensitive search now works on uppercase search terms. "notes" are printer. Searches with the "AND" operator are now allowed. getpass is now used when asking for a password so that it is not echoed. Folder entries are now explicitly filtered out when filtering by other types.
Release Notes: This release supports cryptopy if PyCrypto is not available. It enhances cross-platform support. It will print an error message if the decryption produced incorrect data (normally caused by a bad password). PyCrypto/cryptopy has been added to version info (--version). Windows support enhancements: a minimalistic GUI, Py2exe support, packaging scripts, and fix for the uninstall procedure.
Release Notes: This is the first public release.