Package git-secret

A bash-tool to store your private data inside a git repository

git-secret is a bash tool which stores private data inside a git repository.
It encrypts tracked files with public keys for users whom you trust using GPG,
allowing permitted users to access encrypted data using their secret keys.

See also: git, git-annex, git-cal, git-cola, git-core-doc, git-cpan-patch, git-crypt, git-cvs, git-daemon, git-email, git-extras, git-fame, git-filter-repo, git-ftp, git-gui, git-instaweb, git-lab-porcelain, git-lfs, git-merge-changelog, git-octopus, git-publish, git-remote-gcrypt, git-remote-hg, git-review, git-secrets, git-subrepo, git-subtree, git-svn, git-tools, git-xcleaner.

General Commands
Command Description
git-secret-add starts to track added files.
git-secret-cat decrypts files passed on command line to stdout
git-secret-changes view diff of the hidden files.
git-secret-clean removes all the hidden files.
git-secret-hide encrypts all added files with the inner keyring.
git-secret-init initializes git-secret repository.
git-secret-killperson deletes key identified by an email from the inner keyring.
git-secret-list prints all the added files.
git-secret-remove removes files from index.
git-secret-reveal decrypts all added files.
git-secret-tell adds a person, who can access private data.
git-secret-usage prints all the available commands.
git-secret-whoknows prints email-labels for each key in the keyring.
Name Description
git-secret bash tool to store private data inside a git repo.