[pass] Git Submodules

George Angelopoulos george at usermod.net
Tue Oct 21 11:58:14 CEST 2014

The only disadvantage I see in this is that it requires git, which is
otherwise optional. But if you're doing collaborative management, you're
probably using git.

On 10/21/2014 06:50 AM, Kyle Marek-Spartz wrote:
> I saw the recent/ongoing thread about multiple password stores and
> wanted to share how I just set mine up. I have a separate gpg key and
> git repositories for my work and my personal accounts. I pull them in as
> submodules of my git repository for this computer's password-store. I
> could theoretically create a shared password store by creating a shared
> gpg key and setting a .gpg-id key for another submodule. The only
> drawback is the prefix for the password lookup, e.g. `pass my/password`
> and `pass work/password`. I think I prefer this approach to the
> switching multiple accounts since it is not modal. Are other people
> using submodules to manage multiple password stores or shared
> repositories?

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