I tried this command and I got following result:

trace: built-in: git 'show' 'a1bffde'
trace: run_command: 'openssl enc -d -base64 -aes-256-ecb -k '\''abcde'\'' 2> /dev/null || cat' trace: exec: 'sh' '-c' 'openssl enc -d -base64 -aes-256-ecb -k '\''abcde'\'' 2> /dev/null || cat' 'openssl enc -d -base64 -aes-256-ecb -k '\''abcde'\'' 2> /dev/null || cat' trace: run_command: 'openssl enc -d -base64 -aes-256-ecb -k '\''abcde'\'' -in $1 2> /dev/null || cat $1' '/tmp/CLPGPk_config.js' trace: exec: 'sh' '-c' 'openssl enc -d -base64 -aes-256-ecb -k '\''abcde'\'' -in $1 2> /dev/null || cat $1 "$@"' 'openssl enc -d -base64 -aes-256-ecb -k '\''abcde'\'' -in $1 2> /dev/null || cat $1' '/tmp/CLPGPk_config.js' trace: run_command: 'openssl enc -d -base64 -aes-256-ecb -k '\''abcde'\'' 2> /dev/null || cat' trace: exec: 'sh' '-c' 'openssl enc -d -base64 -aes-256-ecb -k '\''abcde'\'' 2> /dev/null || cat' 'openssl enc -d -base64 -aes-256-ecb -k '\''abcde'\'' 2> /dev/null || cat' trace: run_command: 'openssl enc -d -base64 -aes-256-ecb -k '\''abcde'\'' -in $1 2> /dev/null || cat $1' '/tmp/Uyc2Dj_config.js' trace: exec: 'sh' '-c' 'openssl enc -d -base64 -aes-256-ecb -k '\''abcde'\'' -in $1 2> /dev/null || cat $1 "$@"' 'openssl enc -d -base64 -aes-256-ecb -k '\''abcde'\'' -in $1 2> /dev/null || cat $1' '/tmp/Uyc2Dj_config.js'
diff --git a/path/config.js b/path/config.js
index c4ad2d4..a67d13f 100644
--- a/path/config.js
+++ b/path/config.js


And also not encrypted data of my commit.


On 03/11/2013 02:41 PM, Matthieu Moy wrote:
Dmitry Ilin <dmi...@mylovecompany.com> writes:

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"
[merge]
    renormalize = true
Maybe a bad interaction between the [filter ...] section and the
[textconv ...] one. Can you run:

GIT_TRACE=true git show <some-relevant-commit>

to see what's going on?


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