tl;dr; You can check out the package I published here.
For the last 6 months, since Apple forced me to ditch them entirely (because they were the true owners of my devices, and due to many privacy and security breaches), I've been re-evaluating all the software I use and try to replace it with end-to-end encrypted Open Source, ideally built by "small tech". In the process, I noticed that 1Password changed their export format, and in order to test other tools, I had to easily convert it to CSV. So I built a simple CLI tool that takes their new
.1pux files and converts them to
.csv (and you can use the exposed functions and types to parse and export directly to whatever you want/need). It's suprisingly named
I hope it adds value to your life.
Thank you so much for being here. I really appreciate you!
P.S.: If you're wondering why there hasn't been an "update" here for almost half a year, it's because I've been writing stories, composing music, and drawing, more than engineering software, on my free time.