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GraphQL introspection query via curl

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{ 
  "query": "query IntrospectionQuery {
      __schema {
        queryType { name }
        mutationType { name }
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jeremypele / gpg-signing.md
Created Jun 18, 2020 — forked from xavierfoucrier/gpg-signing.md
GPG signing with Git and Github Desktop
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Hi Github users,

You can now signed your commits on Github using at least Git 2.18.0 and Github Desktop 1.6.1.

  1. Generate a GPG key and add it to Github: https://help.github.com/articles/generating-a-new-gpg-key (if you don't want to type a passphrase on every commit, you need to press "Enter" when the console will prompt you to type a passphrase)

  2. Configure Git properly by editing the .gitconfig file using the command line git config --global --edit in a terminal, then replace YOUR_GITHUB_EMAIL, YOUR_SIGNING_KEY and GPG_BINARY_PATH with your data

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jeremypele / gpg-signing.md
Created Jun 18, 2020 — forked from xavierfoucrier/gpg-signing.md
GPG signing with Git and Github Desktop
View gpg-signing.md

Hi Github users,

You can now signed your commits on Github using at least Git 2.18.0 and Github Desktop 1.6.1.

  1. Generate a GPG key and add it to Github: https://help.github.com/articles/generating-a-new-gpg-key (if you don't want to type a passphrase on every commit, you need to press "Enter" when the console will prompt you to type a passphrase)

  2. Configure Git properly by editing the .gitconfig file using the command line git config --global --edit in a terminal, then replace YOUR_GITHUB_EMAIL, YOUR_SIGNING_KEY and GPG_BINARY_PATH with your data