Hi all,

I'd like to sign git commits with my GPG key after they have been 
committed. I know that I can sign them at commit time using git -S. But, is 
it possible to sign a single commit afterwards? I use an IDE that doesn't 
support signing. So I'd like to add my signature to those commits from the 
command line. I also know that there is an autosign git config value, but 
this one scares me a bit. I'd like to sign commits proactively, not just by 

Any advice?


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