my dumb mistake

Joshua N Pritikin jpritikin at
Tue Jan 15 22:01:39 CET 2019

On Tue, Jan 15, 2019 at 09:58:37PM +0100, Aleksei Fedotov wrote:
> If you store your passwords in a Git repository, they are automatically
> tracked by pass. Any edits are committed to the repository and any
> accidental changes could be reverted.

Yeah, I use GIT all the time for software development, etc

> Git would have not protected you from the case you described,

Ah ha! So consider it a feature request to protect against this error.

> but it protects you from losing data and makes all changes traceable 
> and reversible.


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