I've enabled GPG commit signing on the command line, and manually enabled via the "Repository Settings" section of SourceTree for each repo:
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If I manually select "Sign commit" each time SourceTree correctly signs my commits:
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However any other operation like stash or rebase doesn't seem to include the GPG options in the command and I get the following "gpg: cannot open `/dev/tty': Device not configured" error:
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Absolutely, it would make more sense for them to enhance the software to respect the standards.
Honestly, I've stopped using stashes because of this issue, which is really annoying :-/ The workaround I proposed above is NOT viable at all.
Please Atlassian, make SourceTree work better with GPG!
edit: Check this out, worked perfectly for me!
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