jets encrypted:show


jets encrypted:show [options]


Storing Encrypted Files in Source Control

The Jets encrypted commands provide access to encrypted files or configurations. See the Jets.application.encrypted documentation for using them in your app.

This is a more generalized concept of jets credentials.

Encryption Keys

By default, Jets looks for the encryption key in config/master.key or ENV["JETS_MASTER_KEY"], but that lookup can be overridden with --key:

jets encrypted:edit config/encrypted_file.yml.enc --key config/encrypted_file.key

Don’t commit the key! Add it to your source control’s ignore file. If you use Git, Jets handles this for you.

Editing Files

To edit or create an encrypted file use:

jets encrypted:edit config/encrypted_file.yml.enc

This opens a temporary file in $EDITOR with the decrypted contents for editing.

Viewing Files

To print the decrypted contents of an encrypted file use:

jets encrypted:show config/encrypted_file.yml.enc

Access in App

Let’s say you have encrypted like so:

❯ jets encrypted:show config/encrypted_file.yml.enc
  foo: bar

You can access them in the app like so:

$ jets console
> file = "./config/encrypted_file.yml.enc", key_path: "./config/master.key", env_key: Jets.env, raise_if_missing_key: true)
> YAML.load(
=> {"cloud"=>{"foo"=>"bar"}}


-k, [--key=KEY]  # The Jets.root relative path to the encryption key
                 # Default: config/master.key