Provided by: git-secret_0.2.3-1_all
git-secret-add - starts to track added files.
git secret add [-i] <pathspec>...
git-secret-add adds a filepath(es) into the .gitsecret/paths/mapping.cfg. When adding files, ensure that they are ignored by git, since they must be secure and not be commited into the remote repository unencrypted. If there´s no users in the git-secret´s keyring, when adding a file, an exception will be raised. It is not recommened to add filenames directly into the .gitsecret/paths/mapping.cfg, use the command.
-i - auto adds given files to the `.gitignore` if they are unignored at the moment. -h - shows this help.
Run man git-secret-add to see this note.