|[Feature request] Remember password for GPG key when signing git commits (linux) [message #1841439]
||Mon, 17 May 2021 06:26
| Vít Rozkovec
Registered: September 2019
my system is setup to sign commits with password protected GPG key.
Anytime I create new commit, Eclipse asks me to fill-in the password, which is, I must say, pretty annoying. I'm using strong password and typing it every time makes me want to turn off signing of git commits from Eclipse.
Interestingly when committing from the command line or other ides (Atom for example), password is taken from system's keyring and no password prompt is shown.
I've tried to edit gpg-agent.conf:
$: cat ~/.gnupg/gpg-agent.conf
But that does not help.
Can you tell me, please, if there is some way to tell Eclipse to cache the password or ask the system to provide it?
Thank you very much.
[Updated on: Mon, 17 May 2021 06:27]
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