Encourage gem signing by adding the required fields in `bundle gem` #2401

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This commit fixes #2400

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Since this doesn't actually increase the security of a gem (other than protecting against errors in network transmission), I don't think it's a good idea to increase the complexity of the default minimal gem with this stuff.

Hopefully, Ruby will have a signing situation that makes sense in the near future, and we can integrate that. Thanks for the patch, though!

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indirect commented Aug 4, 2013

Since this doesn't actually increase the security of a gem (other than protecting against errors in network transmission), I don't think it's a good idea to increase the complexity of the default minimal gem with this stuff.

Hopefully, Ruby will have a signing situation that makes sense in the near future, and we can integrate that. Thanks for the patch, though!

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Rake release should complain if gems aren't signed #19

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