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[bug#33980] gnu: Add pwsafe

From: Tim Gesthuizen
Subject: [bug#33980] gnu: Add pwsafe
Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2019 22:27:25 +0100
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Hi Ludo,

>> +    ;; TODO: The help subsystem cannot be initialized
>> +    ;; TODO: pwsafe tries to download GTest which does not work in the 
>> daemon
>> +    ;; environment and is not functional. Substitute CMakeLists.txt to use
>> +    ;; native GTest and reenable unit tests.
>> +    (arguments '(#:configure-flags (list "-DNO_GTEST=YES")))
> It would be ideal if you could get the tests running.  :-)

Done. It's a really ugly hack but they are running.
This uncovered the problem of the help system not initializing because
/usr/bin/file was hardcoded. So enabling unit tests was a good idea (as
always) :)

>> +    (native-inputs `(("coreutils" ,coreutils)
> Coreutils is not needed, it’s an implicit input already.


>> +    (synopsis "Password safe to store passwords encrypted")
>> +    (description "A password manager originally designed by Bruce Schneier.
>> +It offers a simple UI to manage passwords for different services.  There are
>> +other programs that support the file format on different plattforms.")
>                                                                ^^
> Typo.
> Also please make full sentences.

Hope I got everything corrrect this time.
Patch is attached.


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