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onepassword uuid [vault-uuid [account-name]]

onepassword returns structured data from 1Password using the 1Password CLI (op). uuid is passed to op item get $UUID --format json and the output from op is parsed as JSON. The output from op is cached so calling onepassword multiple times with the same uuid will only invoke op once. If the optional vault-uuid is supplied, it will be passed along to the op item get call, which can significantly improve performance. If the optional account-name is supplied, it will be passed along to the op item get call, which will help it look in the right account, in case you have multiple accounts (e.g., personal and work accounts).

If there is no valid session in the environment, by default you will be interactively prompted to sign in.


{{ (onepassword "$UUID").fields[1].value }}
{{ (onepassword "$UUID" "$VAULT_UUID").fields[1].value }}
{{ (onepassword "$UUID" "$VAULT_UUID" "$ACCOUNT_NAME").fields[1].value }}
{{ (onepassword "$UUID" "" "$ACCOUNT_NAME").fields[1].value }}

A more robust way to get a password field would be something like:

{{ range (onepassword "$UUID").fields -}}
{{   if and (eq .label "password") (eq .purpose "PASSWORD") -}}
{{     .value -}}
{{   end -}}
{{ end }}


For 1Password CLI 1.x.

{{ (onepassword "$UUID").details.password }}
{{ (onepassword "$UUID" "$VAULT_UUID").details.password }}
{{ (onepassword "$UUID" "$VAULT_UUID" "$ACCOUNT_NAME").details.password }}
{{ (onepassword "$UUID" "" "$ACCOUNT_NAME").details.password }}


When using 1Password CLI 2.0, note that the structure of the data returned by the onepassword template function is different and your templates will need updating.

You may wish to use onepasswordDetailsFields or onepasswordItemFields instead of this function, as onepassword returns fields as a list of objects. However, this function may return values that are inaccessible from the other functions. Testing the output of this function is recommended:

$ chezmoi execute-template "{{ onepassword \"$UUID\" | toJson }}" | jq .
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