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

NAME
       git-secret-cat -	decrypts files passed on command line to stdout

SYNOPSIS
       git secret cat [-d dir] [-p password] filename [filenames]

DESCRIPTION
       git-secret-cat  -  Outputs to stdout the	contents of the	files named on
       the command line. As with git-secret-reveal, you'll need	to have	a pub-
       lic/private keypair that	is allowed to decrypt this repo.

OPTIONS
       -d  - specifies `--homedir` option for the `gpg`, basically use this option if you store	your keys in a custom location.
       -p  - specifies password	for noinput mode, adds `--passphrase` option for `gpg`.
       -h  - shows help.

MANUAL
       Run man git-secret-cat 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-add(1)
       http://git-secret.io/git-secret-add,  git-secret-hide(1)	http://git-se-
       cret.io/git-secret-hide,	     git-secret-reveal(1)	http://git-se-
       cret.io/git-secret-cat

sobolevn			  August 2018		     GIT-SECRET-CAT(1)

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