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NEWS

@ -2,6 +2,7 @@ Changes in pebble-0.9.2 (????-??-??)
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* Add the 'export' command.
* Allow to disable the verification of TLS certificates.
Changes in pebble-0.9.1 (2021-07-14)

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README.md

@ -49,6 +49,7 @@ With at least one vault configured, Pebble may then be used through the
* `new` to add a new credential;
* `edit` to modify a credential;
* `delete` to remove a credential from the vault;
* `export` to dump all credentials to a file;
* `conf` to create or edit the configuration file;
* `refresh` to forcefully refresh the local cache;
* `clear` to empty the local cache.

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docs/configuration.rst

@ -71,10 +71,13 @@ should print the password on its standard output.
If neither ``password`` nor ``password_command`` is specified, Pebble
will interactively ask for the password.
The three keys ``host``, ``user``, and ``password`` (or
``password_command``) may be replaced by a single ``server`` key, whose
value should refer to the name of a :ref:`server section
<server-sections>`.
Pebble normally checks the validity of the server’s TLS certificate. To
disable that check, you may use the ``tls_no_check`` option with a value of
``yes`` (or ``true``). Certificate verification may also be disabled by using
the ``--insecure`` (``-k``) option on the command line.
The keys above may be replaced by a single ``server`` key, whose value should
refer to the name of a :ref:`server section <server-sections>`.
Two optional keys control the caching behavior of Pebble:
@ -118,6 +121,9 @@ connect with. It may also contain either a ``password`` or a
``password_command`` key, otherwise the password will be asked for
interactively.
It can also contain the ``tls_no_check`` option, to disable verification of
TLS certificates.
The name of a server section can be chosen freely. It has to match the
value of a ``server`` key in a vault section.

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