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NAME ^

File::KeePass::Agent - Application agent for working with File::KeePass objects

SYNOPSIS ^

   use File::KeePass::Agent;
   File::KeePass::Agent->new->run($file, $pass);


   File::KeePass::Agent->new->run;  # will read from @ARGV or prompt


   File::KeePass::Agent::run();  # will read from @ARGV or prompt


   File::KeePass::Agent::run(\%files);  # file/pass pairs


   File::KeePass::Agent::run(\@files);

   File::KeePass::Agent::run(\@files, \@passes);  # parallel arrays

You may pass the name of the keepass filename that you would like to open. Otherwise you are prompted for the file to open.

You are then prompted for the password and/or the keyfile that will be used to open the file.

See File::KeePass for a listing of what KeyPass database features are currently handled.

OS ^

File::KeePass::Agent (FKPA) will try to load a module based on the OS returned by the $^O variable. OS support during the initial releases is very sparse.

FKPA OS API ^

The unix module variant contains documentation about what methods are necessary to support the FKPA api.

See "FKPA METHODS" in File::KeePass::Agent::unix.

METHODS ^

new

Returns an object blessed into the FKPA class.

run

Reads the file, password, prints out a summary of the database, and binds any shortcut keys. Eventually, this will most likely support more maintenance features.

keepass

Returns an arrayref of arrayrefs continaing file and File::KeePass object pairs.

shortcut_name

Returns a human readable name from a shortcut hashref.

active_entries

Finds current active entries from any of the open databases.

active_searches

Parses the active searches and returns a listing of qr matches/auto-type string/entry records.

search_auto_type

Takes an window title and compares it against the current active searches.

do_no_match

Called if search_auto_type didn't find a matching window.

do_auto_type

Called if search_auto_type found a single match.

do_auto_type_mult

Called if search_auto_type found multiple matching windows.

do_auto_type_unsupported

Called when FKPA doesn't support an auto-type directive.

GLOBAL SHORTCUTS ^

FKPA will read for the current global shortcut listed in the keepassx configuration file. At the moment this must first be configured using keepassx itself. Future support will allow for configuring this through FKPA itself.

If this global shortcut is defined, when pressed it will call search_auto_type to find entries matching against the current window title. If found, it will auto-type the matching entry.

Additionally, custom global shortcuts may defined in the comments section of the FKP database entries. They have the form:

   Custom-Global-Shortcut: Ctrl-Alt-Shift w

This allows for individual entry auto-typing to be called directly.

AUTOTYPE SUPPORT ^

Version 2 databases natively support auto-type entries. Comment sections of version 1 database entries may contain Auto-type entries in the following form:

    Auto-Type-Window: Admin Login*
    Auto-Type-Window: Login*
    Auto-Type: {USERNAME}{TAB}{PASSWORD}{ENTER}

The Auto-Type-Window items are used to match against window titles. You may put a leading * and/or a trailing * on the item to allow for wildcard matching.

If a window matches an Auto-Type-Window entry the corresponding Auto-Type item will be processed and "auto-typed" to the current window.

Currently the following auto-type directives are supported:

USERNAME

The username for the entry.

PASSWORD

The password for the entry.

URL

The URL for the entry.

...

All properties of the entry may be accessed.

TAB

The tab character.

ENTER

The enter character.

STATUS ^

This module and program are proof of concept. They work, but are limited in their feature set. There currently are no managment capabilities.

AUTHOR ^

Paul Seamons <paul at seamons dot com>

LICENSE ^

This module may be distributed under the same terms as Perl itself.

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