rwallet is a command line wallet written in ruby and implemented as a simple cyphered key value store meant to be used in unix shell scripts.
X.Y.Z X increment denotes a wallet format change Y increment denotes features changes Z increment denotes bug fixes
Install the gem by running the following command in a directory containing the rwallet distribution:
gem install rwallet
This will install rwallet and its dependencies. After that you should be able to use the rwallet command.
rwallet use ezcrypto but unfortunately the ezcrypto gem does not trigger the openssl gem install, you'll have to install it manually
Here is the command line help output so you can see what are the rwallet features :
eskatos@codeartisans:~$ rwallet --help rwallet-1.0.0 - rwallet is a command line wallet written in ruby and implemented as a simple cyphered key value store meant to be used in unix shell scripts Usage: rwallet wallet_name command [OPTIONS..] Wallets are stored in /home/eskatos/.rwallet. Password and values are asked without echoing them and prompt is written to stderr to allow using output with redirections. Available commands: create [algorithm] Create a new wallet delete Delete a wallet put name [value] Put a new key-value in a wallet get name Get a value from a wallet remove name Remove a key-value from a wallet Known algorithms are : blowfish, aes256 and des. Blowish is the default. Examples (all using a 'foo' wallet) rwallet foo create aes256 Create an empty wallet named 'foo' using the aes256 algorithm rwallet foo delete Delete the 'foo' wallet rwallet foo list List all entries from the 'foo' wallet rwallet foo put myKey myValue Add a myKey entry in the 'foo' wallet with the provided value rwallet foo put aKey Add an aKey entry in the 'foo' wallet, rwallet will ask for the value rwallet foo get aKey Get the aKey entry from the 'foo' wallet rwallet foo remove myKey Remove the myKey entry from the 'foo' wallet Return status: 0 if OK, 1 is something went wrong
You need rspec to build rwallet.
Common rake tasks are : clean, gem, rdoc. A package task exists that produce a tar.gz distribution for manual installing or distribution packaging.