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

NAME
       git-secret-tell - adds a	person,	who can	access private data.

SYNOPSIS
       git secret tell [-m] [-d	dir] [emails]...

DESCRIPTION
       git-secret-tell	receives  an email addresses as	an input, searches for
       the gpg-key in the gpg's	homedir	by these emails, then imports  a  per-
       son's public key	into the git-secret's inner keychain. From this	moment
       this person can encrypt new files with the keyring which	contains their
       key,  but  they	cannot	decrypt	 the old files,	which were already en-
       crypted without their key. The files should be  re-encrypted  with  the
       new keyring by someone who has the unencrypted files.

       Do  not	manually  import secret	key into git-secret. Anyways, it won't
       work with any of	the secret-keys	imported.

OPTIONS
       -m  - takes your	current	`git config user.email`	as an identifier for the key.
       -d  - specifies `--homedir` option for the `gpg`, basically use this option if your store your keys in a	custom location.
       -h  - shows help.

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

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

sobolevn			  August 2018		    GIT-SECRET-TELL(1)

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