I mean that our filter doesn't work with 'git show' and I need to enable it for this command.

This is part of my git config file:

[filter "openssl"]
smudge = openssl enc -d -base64 -aes-256-ecb -k 'abcde' 2> /dev/null || cat
   clean = openssl enc -base64 -aes-256-ecb -S '12345' -k 'abcde'
[diff "openssl"]
textconv = openssl enc -d -base64 -aes-256-ecb -k 'abcde' -in "$1" 2> /dev/null || cat "$1"
   renormalize = true

And content of '.git/info/attributes':

* filter=openssl diff=openssl

How can I deal with it?

On 03/11/2013 02:00 PM, Matthieu Moy wrote:
Dmitry Ilin <dmi...@mylovecompany.com> writes:


Most of GUI for Git using 'git show' command to show differences
between versions. For example: WebStorm IDE. But for now there is no
way to specify text conversion command in git config for 'show' as it
done for 'diff'.
Do you mean, to enable it, or to disable it?

By default, "git show" does use the textconv filter to compute the diff,
at least if you specified the textconv driver in your .gitattributes

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