As sryll suggested in a recent post (*) here's a short update on the status of PasswordSafe:
1. The Java branch has been split off into a separate project (https://sourceforge.net/projects/jpwsafe), jointly administered by roxon and me. Folks with an interest in a Java clone of PasswordSafe are welcome to join the project.
2. Linux: After quite a bit of effort, the 'core' library of PasswordSafe, which implements the main functionality of reading and writing pwsafe files, adding, modifying and removing entries, etc., now compiles and runs under Linux. The executable is currently a rudimentary command line program, just enough to prove 'liveliness'. DK (a.k.a. as c-273) is working on porting the XML functionality, and I've begun looking at a GUI framework to base a full-blown Linux application upon - probably WxWidgets, unless someone has strong reasons why not.
3. Next release: I'd like to get 3.15 out sometime around December - If anyone has a specific bug they'd like squashed by then, now's the time to point me to it, or, better yet, send in a patch... Also, suggestions for features in the following release welcome.