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Manual Reference Pages  -  YAPET2CSV (1)

NAME

yapet2csv - convert YAPET file to CSV file

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

yapet2csv [[-c] | [-h] | [-V]] [-H] [-p {password}] [-q] [-s {separator}] {src} {dst}

DESCRIPTION

Convert a YAPET file to a CSV file. The source file specified by src will not be modified.

The resulting CSV file dst has the format as shown in Table 1, \(lqCSV file format\(rq.

Table 1. CSV file format

Column # YAPET record field
1 Record Name
2 Host Name
3 User Name
4 Password
5 Comment

OPTIONS

-h

Show help.

-c

Show copyright.

-V

Show version.

-H

Add header line to CSV file.

-p

Use the master password password provided to decrypt src. The use of this option is not recommended for security reasons.

By default, yapet2csv prompts for the master password.

-q

Do not produce verbose output, except for error messages. By default, yapet2csv will print a period for each converted password record to stdout.

OPERANDS

src

Source YAPET pathname which will be converted to CSV and stored in dst. If the file path does not end in .pet, yapet2csv will append .pet to the operand.

dst

Pathname where the converted YAPET file will be stored. The file must not exist prior to invoking yapet2csv. Refer to Table 1, \(lqCSV file format\(rq for the format of the resulting CSV file dst.

EXAMPLES

Example 1. Prompt for Master Password

Convert the YAPET file /tmp/foo.pet to a CSV file /tmp/bar.csv. Master password used to decrypt foo.pet will be prompted for:

        $ yapet2csv /tmp/foo.pet /tmp/bar.csv
     

Example 2. Provide Master Password on command line

Convert the YAPET file /tmp/foo2.pet to a CSV file /tmp/bar2.csv. Master password secret used to decrypt foo2.pet is provided on command line:

        $ yapet2csv -p secret /tmp/foo2.pet /tmp/bar2.csv
     

EXIT STATUS

0

Successful completion.

1

Error while parsing command line arguments.

2

File dst already exists.

3

An error occurred.

BUGS

Please report bugs to \m[blue]http://bugs.guengel.ch/\m[].

AUTHOR

Rafael Ostertag rafi@guengel.ch

SEE ALSO

yapet(1), csv2yapet(1)

COPYRIGHT

Copyright © 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014 Rafael Ostertag <rafi@guengel.ch>
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