Simple, isn't? And README says it:
People ask you for the Wi-Fi password. Answer quickly.
So I wanted to answer quickly, too.
Unfortunately I'm a Windows user and so had to create own analog for PowerShell:
So now you just:
1. Install it
First of all, install PsGet if you don't have it yet - it's awesome module manager for PowerShell:
(New-Object Net.WebClient).DownloadString("http://psget.net/GetPsGet.ps1") | iex
Now, you can easily install module itself:
2. Use it:
To get the password for the WiFi you're currently logged onto:
To get it for a specific SSID:
$ wifi-password <ssid>
To list all the stored WiFi networks: