Relevation 1.3 released

I've just published an updated version of Relevation.

The main addition is support for the newer format of data files used by Revelation, plus a slightly better handling of international characters in the data file.

This is, however, a somewhat rushed and unpolished release to support the newer file format as soon as ready. As a result running the script in Windows is now harder, untested and most likely broken.
I plan to update it ASAP.

Relevation 1.3
or (zip includes PDF and HTML manpage)


Debian users can use my apt repository located at Instructions are provided there.

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5 thoughts on “Relevation 1.3 released”

  1. Mark Bylander

    I got the error: File "/usr/local/bin/relevation", line 258
    print s.encode(sys.stdout.encoding or locale.getpreferredencoding())
    SyntaxError: invalid syntax

    Any ideas on how to get this to work? (I just upgraded to F31, and revelation is no longer supported. I want my passwords back!)

    Thanks for your help.

    1. That's because Relevation is written for Python 2.x, whereas your new system is using Python 3 by default. I'm not familiar with F31 so I don't know if Python 2 is still available, if so you may run Relevation through it in the mean time, e.g. with "python2 /usr/bin/relevation"

      1. Mark Bylander

        Thanks. The program works with python2, but I stupidly erased the file and have to see if I have a backup now…

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