[pass] explanation - git commit stores contents of files

Johnny Appleseed nbm077 at riseup.net
Sun May 29 06:33:53 CEST 2016

the git keeps all contents of files and you can see them all with gitk 

Or is gpg using my key to decrypt these git commit and data messages and 
if someone else was trying to view them then it would not be visible?

heres a paste of my git commit for passwords tore email list password.

Can someone explain this to me?  Is this just available for anyone to 
see who has access to view commits?  why bother storing the files in a 
.gpg protected file then?


     Edit password for maillist/passwordstore using vi.

-------------------------- maillist/passwordstore.gpg 
index 1625d53..4c2e44e 100644
@@ -1 +1,4 @@
  <exact password shown here>
+nbm077 at riseup.net

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