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git-annex-checkpresentkey(1)General Commands Manuagit-annex-checkpresentkey(1)

NAME
       git-annex-checkpresentkey - check if key	is present in remote

SYNOPSIS
       git annex checkpresentkey key [remote]

DESCRIPTION
       This  plumbing-level command verifies if	the specified key's content is
       present in the specified	remote.

       When no remote is specified,  it	 verifies  if  the  key's  content  is
       present in any accessible remotes.

       Exits 0 if the content is verified present in the remote, or 1 if it is
       verified	to not be present in the remote. If there is  a	 problem,  the
       special	exit  code  100	 is  used,  and	 an error message is output to
       stderr.

OPTIONS
       --batch

	      Enables batch mode. In this mode,	the key	is  not	 specified  at
	      the  command line, but the remote	may still be. Lines containing
	      keys are read from stdin,	and a line is output with "1"  if  the
	      key is verified to be present, and "0" otherwise.

SEE ALSO
       git-annex(1)

AUTHOR
       Joey Hess <id@joeyh.name>

						  git-annex-checkpresentkey(1)

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