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Re: Feature Request: Changeset Signing

From: Stefano Spinucci <virgo977virgo_at_yahoo.it>
Date: 2005-08-28 11:38:23 CEST

I searched through todo, open issues, notes etc, but I didn't find any
document about signing commit.

I'd like to read some development notes, if available, to see what
choice are already made and what not (ie if you are going to use
OpenPGP, or whatever else).


Stefano Spinucci
> Branko ─Œibej wrote:
> This is on the TODO list, and we have a prettz good idea about how to
> implement it.
> -- Brane 
> Phillip Susi wrote:
>> I'd like to suggest a feature request for future versions of
>> When using client certificates to authenticate with the server, it
>> would be nice if you could also have the client digitally sign
>> sets that you commit. When the client sends the change set it could
>> just compute an MD5 sum of the change set, sign it using the user's
>> private key, and add it to the commit as a revision property. That
>> way later you can validate the signed hash and be certain who made
>> change. In effect, it's a digital signature that you authorized and
>> approved the change. This level of change control is required by
>> certain standard engineering practices that are mandated in certain
>> fields, such as medical devices.
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