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GIT-SECRET-ADD(1)		  git-secret		     GIT-SECRET-ADD(1)

NAME
       git-secret-add -	starts to track	added files.

SYNOPSIS
       git secret add [-i] <pathspec>...

DESCRIPTION
       git-secret-add adds a filepath(s) into .gitsecret/paths/mapping.cfg.

       When  adding  files  to encrypt,	ensure that they are ignored by	git by
       mentioning them in .gitignore, since they must be  secure  and  not  be
       committed into the remote repository unencrypted.

       If there's no users in the git-secret's keyring,	when adding a file, an
       exception will be raised.

       Use the git secret add command to add filenames to this file.
       It  is  not  recommended	 to  add  filenames  directly	into   .gitse-
       cret/paths/mapping.cfg.

       (See   git-secret(7)  http://git-secret.io/git-secret  for  information
       about renaming the .gitsecret folder using the SECRETS_DIR  environment
       variable.

OPTIONS
       -i  - adds given	files to `.gitignore` if they're not there already
       -h  - shows this	help.

MANUAL
       Run man git-secret-add to see this note.

SEE ALSO
       git-secret-init(1)     http://git-secret.io/git-secret-init,    git-se-
       cret-tell(1)  http://git-secret.io/git-secret-tell,  git-secret-hide(1)
       http://git-secret.io/git-secret-hide,		  git-secret-reveal(1)
       http://git-secret.io/git-secret-reveal

sobolevn			  August 2018		     GIT-SECRET-ADD(1)

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