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 CodeLite 2010-05-11 Saurav Ghosh Saurav Ghosh [f5c2a2] Adding CodeLite projects and workspace for pwsafe
 Misc 2010-04-16 Saurav Ghosh Saurav Ghosh [7f4bee] perl's rename doesn't seem to work across fiels...
 docs 2010-05-20 Rony Shapiro Rony Shapiro [77526b] Documented the group-deletion bugfix.
 help 2010-05-11 Rony Shapiro Rony Shapiro [026db7] tweak help file, update Danish texts, add Danis...
 install 2010-05-11 Andrey Kuznetsov Andrey Kuznetsov [c49c53] Russian messages for NSIS installer
 src 2010-05-21 Saurav Ghosh Saurav Ghosh [079b1c] Pass wxDefaultSize while creating the tree and ...
 xml 2010-04-07 DrK DrK [bdf114] Add relative dates to filters.
 LICENSE 2007-10-10 Rony Shapiro Rony Shapiro [b263b8] Changed license to Artistic License 2.0
 Makefile 2009-02-12 Rony Shapiro Rony Shapiro [b48e3b] Prepare toplevel make for Linux support
 Makefile.linux 2009-08-13 Rony Shapiro Rony Shapiro [81b9b1] wxWidgets: 'make unicoderelease' now builds cor... 2010-05-21 Rony Shapiro Rony Shapiro [192068] Tweaks to Swedish text from Bjorne + prep for 3...
 README.LINUX.DEVELOPERS.txt 2010-05-17 Saurav Ghosh Saurav Ghosh [c3159c] Added note about dependency on gmake 3.81 or newer
 README.WINDOWS.DEVELOPERS.html 2010-03-20 DrK DrK [57c6b7] Update developers read me - SDK and Xerces XML ...
 README.txt 2009-05-28 Rony Shapiro Rony Shapiro [515410] Updated README.txt (long overdue)
 pwsafe.sln 2009-08-02 DrK DrK [fda904] Release build only needs 3 DLLs.
 pwsafe_wx.sln 2010-03-13 DrK DrK [172757] Nearer to wxWidgets on Windows using VS2005

Read Me

Password Safe is a password database utility. Like many other such
products, commercial and otherwise, it stores your passwords in an
encrypted file, allowing you to remember only one password (the "safe
combination"), instead of all the username/password combinations that
you use.

What makes Password Safe different? Three things:
1. Simplicity: Password Safe is designed to do one thing, and to do it
well. Start the application, enter your "combination", double-click on
the right entry - presto - the password is now on your clipboard,ready
for pasting.
2. Security: The original version was designed and written by Bruce
Schneier - 'nuff said.
3. Open Source: The source code for the project is available for
inspection. For more information, see

The current version of Password Safe currently runs on Windows 2000,
XP and Vista. Older versions are still available supporting Windows
95, 98, ME, NT, as well as PocketPC. Support for additional platforms
is planned for future releases. 

The latest & greatest version of Password Safe may be downloaded from

Non-English Support:
Thanks to the help of volunteers from all over the world, PasswordSafe
now has built-in support for the following languages:
- Chinese
- German
- Polish
- Russian
- Spanish
- Swedish
Older versions have translations to other languages as well, see for the complete list.

If you are interested  in making Password Safe available in other
languages, please let me ( know.

For convenience, Password Safe is packaged into an executable
installer program. This installs the program, sets up shortcuts and
allows you to uninstall the program from the Windows Control
Panel. However, if you prefer, the file contains all the
files you need. Just extract the files (using WinZip, for example) to
any directory, double-click on the Pwsafe.exe icon,and that's
it. You may want to create a shortcut to your desktop and/or Start
menu. Finally, a Microsoft installer (.msi) package is also

Password Safe is available under the restrictions set forth in the
standard "Artistic License 2.0". For more details, see the LICENSE
file that comes with the package.

Password Safe 3.06 and later makes use of the TinyXML project
(, which is available 
under the zlib license

Helping Out:
Please report bugs via the project's bug tracking form, at (you might
want to browse the list, to see if the issue hasn't been reported

Requests for features and enhancements should be submitted to the RFE
(Request For Enhancements) page, at

You can also post questions, suggestions, rants, raves, etc. to the
Help or Open Discussion forums, at

If you wish to contribute to the project by writing code and/or
documentation, please drop a note to the developer's mailing list:

New releases are announced on the passwordsafe-announce mailing list:

Last but not least: PasswordSafe is and will always remain an open
source project, free for and redistribution. However, donations to the
project will help me justify the time and effort I spend in
maintaining and improving this utility. In addtion, donations to the
project help maintain SourceForge, the hosting site. If you wish to
donate, please follow this link:

Release Notes:
For information on the latest features, bugfixes and known problems,
see the ReleaseNotes.txt file that comes with the package.

- The original version of Password Safe was written by Mark Rosen,
and was freely downloadable from Conterpane Lab's website. Thanks to
Mark for writing a great little application! Following Mark, it was
maintained by "AYB", at Counterpane. Thanks to Counterpane for
deciding to open source the project.
- Jim Russell first brought the code to SourceForge, did some major
cleaning up of the code, set up a nice project and added some minor
features in release 1.9.0
- Releases2.x have been brought to you by: Andrew Mullican,
Edward Quackenbush, Gregg Conklin, Graham Ullrich, and Rony
Shapiro. Karel (Karlo) Van der Gucht also contributed some of the
password policy code and some GUI improvements for 1.92.
- Emilijan Mirceski did the new graphics for 2.0.
- Maxim Tikhonov translated the online help to Russian.
- Thanks to the PasswordSafe developer's mailing list for help in
nailing down the new 3.x file format.
- Many, many new features in 3.0 have been implemented by DK.
- Finally, thanks to the folks at SourceForge for hosting this