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

NAME
       git-secret-remove - removes files from index.

SYNOPSIS
       git secret remove [-c] <pathspec>...

DESCRIPTION
       git-secret-remove  deletes  files from .gitsecret/paths/mapping.cfg, so
       they won't be encrypted or decrypted in the future. There's also	 a  -c
       option to delete	existing encrypted versions of the files provided.

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

OPTIONS
       -c  - deletes existing real encrypted files.
       -h  - shows help.

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

SEE ALSO
       git-secret-add(1)      http://git-secret.io/git-secret-add,     git-se-
       cret-clean(1)	  http://git-secret.io/git-secret-clean,       git-se-
       cret-killperson(1) http://git-secret.io/git-secret-killperson

sobolevn			  August 2018		  GIT-SECRET-REMOVE(1)

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