This is a plugin for pre-commit that will sign your commit messages with a sha256 hash to allow for other systems to verify pre-commit has been run. This is not meant as a high-barrier to ensure pre-commit was run with a specific set of rules, only as a simple way to ensure committers are aware they need to run pre-commit prior to pushing.
To sign commits as part of your pre-commit flow, just run the sign-commit hook of this repo. Note that you must have pre-commit installed as a commit-msg hook in order for this to run.
- repo: https://github.com/mattlqx/pre-commit-sign rev: v1.1.3 hooks: - id: sign-commit
If you would like to verify the signature of a commit, you can use the gem:
require 'pre-commit-sign' pcs = PrecommitSign.from_message(commit_message) pcs.date = Time.at(12345678) pcs.valid_signature?