alcanjp at icloud.com
Fri Feb 26 17:05:08 CET 2016
Thank you for the response, well, the idea here is to use Git to
propagate the changes between PCs, right? I guess I was confused
because I didn't realize that pass was doing the commit, and it does
make sense now. I just needed to have a clear basic understanding of
the process of using pass with Git and since I am not a full blown dev
guy, I got confused. I starting using syncthing that was more straight
On 26/02/16 16:54, GOYOT Martin wrote:
> Hello Jp,
> could you please be more specific? The idea is that you use it like a
> normal git repository by prefixing all your commands with pass.
> pass git init
> pass git remote add origin ssh://some.url
> pass git push
> and so on...
> You don't need to commit, pass will do it for you.
> On Fri, Feb 26, 2016 at 4:51 PM Jp <alcanjp at icloud.com
> <mailto:alcanjp at icloud.com>> wrote:
> I have been using Pass for a little while after leaving lastpass. But
> in terms of being able to sync via Git! I find the resources very
> confusing and therefor I am looking to get more info on how to actually
> use GIT.
> Thank you
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