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git-annex-lookupkey(1)	    General Commands Manual	git-annex-lookupkey(1)

NAME
       git-annex-lookupkey - looks up key used for file

SYNOPSIS
       git annex lookupkey [file ...]

DESCRIPTION
       This plumbing-level command looks up the	key used for a file in the in-
       dex. The	key is output to stdout. If there is no	key (because the  file
       is not present in the index, or is not a	git-annex managed file), noth-
       ing is output, and it exits nonzero.

OPTIONS
       --batch

	      Enable batch mode, in which a line containing  the  filename  is
	      read  from  stdin,  the key is output to stdout (with a trailing
	      newline),	and repeat.

	      Note that	if there is no key corresponding to the	file, an empty
	      line is output to	stdout instead.

       -z     Makes  the  --batch  input  be delimited by nulls	instead	of the
	      usual newlines.

SEE ALSO
       git-annex(1)

AUTHOR
       Joey Hess <id@joeyh.name>

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