On Mon, 04 Nov 2013, 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?

Yes, all rebased commits will be signed, even if it was done as a trial
run. But I don't see this as a problem. The signature indicate who did
the rebase.

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