Relevation 1.1 released

A small update for Relevation.

It will now handle wrong passwords a bit more gracefully and it's also easier to use on Windows now.

Full list of changes:

  • Support cryptopy if PyCrypto is not available. Enhances cross-platform support.
  • Print an error message if the decryption produced wrong data (normally caused by a bad password)
  • Add PyCrypto/cryptopy to version info (--version)
  • Windows support enhancements:
    • Minimalistic GUI
    • Py2exe support
    • Packaging scripts
  • Fix $ make uninstall procedure

Relevation 1.1

http://p.outlyer.net/relevation/files/relevation-1.1.tar.gz
or
http://p.outlyer.net/relevation/files/relevation-1.1.zip (zip includes PDF and HTML manpage)

pre-packaged
http://p.outlyer.net/relevation/files/relevation_1.1-upstream.1_all.deb

New tool released: Relevation

I've just published a new tool I named 'Relevation'.

It's a command-line tool to access the passwords stored with the excellent Revelation Password Manager, which only provides a graphical interface.

I've been using the basis of my new tool on my computers for more than 4 years now and decided I might as well release it for others to use in case anyone else is interested.

It's is written in Python and has fairly simple dependencies, so it is easy to test and requires no compilation.

Its website is located at p.outlyer.net/relevation/.

Relevation 1.0:

Tarball
http://p.outlyer.net/relevation/files/relevation-1.0.tar.gz
deb package
http://p.outlyer.net/relevation/files/relevation_1.0-upstream.1_all.deb

nautilus-folow-symlink 1.1 released

There's a refreshed version of nautilus-follow-symlink. Nothing new (after all there's little to be added), but I'm finally letting GNOME set the icon instead of force-feeding it, so it should, hopefully, display an icon matching the user-chosen theme. And it should also be friendlier to build.


nautilus-follow-symlink popup menu for symbolic links