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Source code changes of the file "INSTALL.txt" between
Tomb-2.7.tar.gz and Tomb-2.8.tar.gz

About: Tomb is a commandline tool to manage encrypted storage folders.

INSTALL.txt  (Tomb-2.7):INSTALL.txt  (Tomb-2.8)
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./gtomb ./gtomb
# Tomb support in other applications # Tomb support in other applications
Can Tomb be used by other applications? Can Tomb be used by other applications?
Sure as Hell it can! Licensing issues aside ([GNU GPLv3+](COPYING) Sure as Hell it can! Licensing issues aside ([GNU GPLv3+](COPYING)
terms) Tomb provides machine-readable output and interaction via some terms) Tomb provides machine-readable output and interaction via some
flags: flags:
flag | function flag | function
--------------- | ------------------------------------------------ --------------- | ------------------------------------------------
--no-color | avoids coloring output to allow parsing --no-color | avoids coloring output to allow parsing
--unsafe | allows passwords options and cleartext key from stdin --unsafe | allows passwords options and cleartext key from stdin
--tomb-pwd | specify the key password as argument --tomb-pwd | specify the key password as argument
--tomb-old-pwd | specify the old key password as argument --tomb-old-pwd | specify the old key password as argument
-k cleartext | reads the unencrypted key from stdin -k cleartext | reads the unencrypted key from stdin
Yet please consider that these flags may introduce vulnerabilities and Yet please consider that these flags may introduce vulnerabilities and
other people logged on the same system can easily log your passwords other people logged on the same system can easily log your passwords
while such commands are executing. while such commands are executing.
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