Generate new password for multiline entries
b.candler at pobox.com
Sun Jan 29 14:49:28 CET 2017
On 29/01/2017 12:18, Emil Lundberg wrote:
> If you use gpg-agent, you can instead use `git log -p <filename>`,
> which shows you the diff for each commit in the log. Git will
> automagically decrypt the files before diffing.
"Binary files a/xxx.gpg and b/xxx.gpg differ" - some .gitconfig magic is
required to make it happen. After some googling and tweaking:
git config --global diff.gpg.textconv "gpg --decrypt --use-agent"
echo "*.gpg filter=gpg diff=gpg" >> ~/.gitattributes
But here's a scenario where this doesn't work. You are in a team; all
your files are encrypted to A, B and C. After a while, new team member D
comes along. You 'pass init A B C D' to re-encrypt to repository.
However, D still does not have any access to the previous versions of
Re-writing the *entire* git history to re-encrypt every previous
revision is not an easy task.
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