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Setting up GPG signature on Mac OS X with Xcode
/usr/local/bin/gpg --batch --passphrase-file ~/.gnupg/key.txt --no-tty "$@"
brew install gpg
# Generating and exporting
gpg --gen-key
gpg --armor --export <email> > ~/.backups/gpg_git_public.key
gpg --armor --export-secret-key <email> > ~/.backups/gpg_git_private.key
chmod 600 ~/.backups/gpg_git_public.key
chomd 600 ~/.backups/gpg_git_private.key
# Importing
gpg --armor --import ~/.backups/gpg_git_private.key
gpg --list-secret-keys
# Copy the 8-digit id of the key (in the `sec` section)
git config --global user.signingkey <8-digit key id>
git config --global commit.gpgsign true
vim ~/.gnupg/key.txt
# Put the passpharse for the GPG key to the first line of the file
chmod 600 ~/.gnupg/key.txt
vim /usr/local/bin/gpg-with-key
# Add lines from the gpg-with-key file of this gist
chmod 755 /usr/local/bin/gpg-with-key
git config --global gpg.program "/usr/local/bin/gpg-with-key"
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cdalvaro commented Oct 16, 2018

If you also want to prevent gpg from asking you for the passphrase when using git with the command line, you should add --pinentry-mode=loopback to the gpg-with-key file

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