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- New: Arthur Burkart added credential comments
- Updated: added tox, and improved packaging
- New: @jimbocoder added a threadpool to
getallto fetch groups of credentials faster
- New: @a12k added a migration script if you are using old hashing methods
- Bugfix: @jomunoz and @jessemyers removed unsupported hashing methods and bumped the
Thanks for all the pull requests!
In this release
- New: @stephen-164 added -f to
credstash getfor wildcard gets
- New: @mrwacky42 added
- New: @evanstachowiak added
- Updated: @gene1wood, @nkhoshini, and @wyattwalter updated the docs
- Bugfix: @pm990320 fixed a bug by adding pagination for large credential stores
- Bugfix: @artburkart fixed a bug where writing csv files did not have proper line separators
- Removed: Python 3.2 removed from build matrix
New release is in PYPI!
- Bug fix from @afallou setting an upper bound on
cryptographydue to incompatibilities with that 2.1. Thanks!
New release is in PYPI!
1.13.0 had a bunch of string encoding issues on python3. This release fixes that.
You can upgrade to the latest install by doing
pip install -U credstash
- Replaced PyCrypto with
cryptography(https://cryptography.io/en/latest/), and a bunch of refactorings to separate KMS and crypto operations by @nathan-muir
- fix the to the non-default digest method and a travis fix by @toidi
- Added the ability to get secrets by wildcard when using credstash as a library by @rogthefrog
- Some exception cleanup by @zhaow-de
- helptext improvements by @aboyett
- support the dotenv output format by @amerghazal
- README improvements by @jsm and @jakubka
- Allow default secret in putSecret by @atjones0011
- some flake8 fixes by @jessemyers
Thanks to everyone who contributed to this release!
You can find this release on pypi by doing
pip install credstash
New this release
-dflag on put operations to choose what digest to use (defaults to SHA256). Thanks to Brett Filiatreault
- Docs improvements from @mbainter, @egOgre, and @NightKev
- flake8 improvements from @jessemyers
- Tests from @vccabral
Thank you everyone for your contributions!
You can download this new release from pypi by doing
pip install credstash.
- bug fix from @gbarboza removing some cruft
- AWESOME new feature from @l2ol33rt that lets you use assume an IAM role with credstash. This should help not only with scoped down roles in a single account, but also using credstash across accounts!
New release is in PYPI, etc.
- fixes from @gozer to handle default region correctly
- an enhancement from @dmexe to read values from stdin when doing a
This release is in pypi, so you can get it with