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Add elpkg to build a complete package

tags/v0.1.0^0
Peter J. Jones 2 years ago
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Signed by: Peter Jones <pjones@devalot.com> GPG Key ID: 9DAFAA8D01941E49
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[submodule "elpkg"]
path = elpkg
url = https://github.com/pjones/elpkg.git

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NAME = passmm
include elpkg/elpkg.mk

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all: README.md

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README.md: $(CORE_FILE)
echo '# Passmm: '`$(ELPKG)/desc.sh $(CORE_FILE)` > $@
echo >> $@
$(ELPKG)/fdoc2md.sh passmm-mode $(CORE_FILE) >> $@

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# Passmm: A minor mode for pass (Password Store).

This is a minor mode that uses ‘dired’ to display all password
files from the password store. It supports the following features:

* Generate new passwords, storing them in the current ‘dired’
subdir (or optionally prompting for a directory). (See:
‘passmm-generate-password’.)

* Store the password of a file into the Emacs kill ring and the
system clipboard for N seconds. (See:
‘passmm-kill-password’.)

* Edit a password file with narrowing so the password isn’t
show. (See: ‘passmm-edit-entry’.)

Typically you’ll want to start passmm by calling
‘passmm-list-passwords’.

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