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PyPass is a Python-based password and todo-list manager, built using QML, heavily inspired by GoPass.
When started without parameters, it defaults to being a password manager using the excellent pass password store. However, it can also be called with --store=todo.sh to be used as a todo-list manager using the official todo.txt cli app.
Just start typing. When the entry you want to use is displayed at the top, hit enter to copy it to your clipboard. Many useful commands can also be executed straight from PyPass. Entries can be tab-completed, even when typing a command.
Of course, you can also select another entry in the list, either with the arrow keys or with vim-style Ctrl+K and Ctrl+J bindings. The selected entry is highlighted in red. If mice are your thing, your trustworthy rodent can select an entry with a single click.
To get the most out of PyPass, set up your system to start it with a global hotkey, so you can always quickly access a password (or your todo list) when you need it.
sudo apt-get install python3 python3-pyqt5 python3-pyqt5.qtquick qml-module-qtquick-controls python3-pexpect python3-pyinotify pass