Xiang Alex Li
I really wish KeePass could come with an integrated CSV exporter (not importer), but can't wait. So I wrote this prototype. For the sake of simplicity, I made lots of shortcuts (For Example, the projects have to be compiled under the .Net Framework V3.5 rather than V2.0). Anyway, feel free to improve this.
See the attached two files for the source code.
You could export to HTML, import into your spreadsheet program and export as CSV.
Thanks for your suggestion. exporting to HTML is helpful.
Exporting to CSV has following benefits:
1. It supports Custom String Fields (On my machine, the "Custom String Fields" checkbox on exporting HTML dialog is always disabled. I don't know why...)
2. It supports exporting Tags
3. It's quick and fast, which doesn't require multiple steps.
Your suggestion is very useful, especially, the UI of HTML exporter is a good template for the next version of CSV exporter. :-)
You need to select the Details option to export Custom Fields.