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Are GPGTools required to sign git commits

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Deleted user Nov 01, 2018

Hi
I have automatic GPG signing enabled for the command line git tool. However, this does not work for SourceTree which returns an error like the one described here: https://confluence.atlassian.com/sourcetreekb/sourcetree-commits-fail-when-using-git-signed-commits-794199810.html

My question is: Are we really required to install GITTools like the guide tells us to, or is there some other way to get SourceTree to sign the commits.

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Deleted user Nov 02, 2018

I figured it out through this post: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/26697343/why-is-the-gnupg-sign-checkbox-disabled-in-sourcetree and the answer is: no, by the way.

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