On Mon, Nov 04, 2013 at 03:43:37PM -0800, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> Nicolas Vigier <bo...@mars-attacks.org> writes:
> > If you want to GPG sign all your commits, you have to add the -S option
> > all the time. The commit.gpgsign config option allows to sign all
> > commits automatically.
> I'm somewhat horrified to imagine the end-user experience this
> "feature" adds to the system; if one sets htis configuration and
> then runs "git rebase" or anything that internally creates or
> recreates commits, does one have to sign each and every commit, even
> if such a rebase was done merely as a trial run to see if a topic
> can be rebased to an older codebase, or something?

Probably so, but you can use an agent so this happens automatically.
It's not very useful for people who don't use an agent.

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