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CLI installed but not seen as such

See original GitHub issue

Issue Description

Your environment

op-vscode version: v1.0.0

VS Code version: 1.68.1

CLI version: 2.5.1

OS: macOS 12.4

Steps to reproduce

  1. A VS Code window loads. Or I manually reload one.

What happened?

There’s this “pop-up” (bottom right side) that says “CLI is not installed. Please install it to use 1Password for VS Code. Source: 1Password (Extension)”, with a button “Open installation documentation”.

What did you expect to happen?

A prompt to choose the vault, as the documentation says? Not this pop-up, at the very least

Notes & Logs

Typing op --version in a terminal (system, or VS Code’s) gets “2.5.1”

Issue Analytics

  • State:open
  • Created 7 months ago
  • Reactions:2
  • Comments:10 (4 by maintainers)

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kitpiercecommented, Aug 3, 2022

Having same issue with various CLI versions (including 2.4,x and 2.5.x) on Windows 10 and Windows 11. Definitely have installed the 1Password CLI in a custom location (for other development environment & business-case reasons.)

Would be nice to have an extension setting to specify a custom CLI binary path and still use the current ‘lookpath’ resolution method if this setting is undefined (likely would be for most users) or an invalid path.

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remitbricommented, Jul 4, 2022

It happens sometimes, but definitely not most of the times. I don’t know why. It seems it’s when I open a project from the terminal at the required folder, work on it, quit VS Code, and say the next day I reopen VS Code, the window of the project (will all the open tabs/files, etc) is already opened. If I ever get the “Unable to resolve…” message, it’s then. But a simple reload (from the menu, “Developer: Reload Window”) solves the issue. (I think the documentation says we should always open projects from their relevant folder in the terminal anyway)

Whereas I get the “CLI is not installed. …” error message each time at startup, or when I open a new window, or reload it

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