sign

The sign command provides sub-commands that helps you sign git objects (e.g. tag and commit) and generate a push token which a MakeOS node will need to authenticate your push requests.

The command, when called without a subcommand will attempt to sign the current branch's latest commit and generate a corresponding push token.

To see a list of sub-commands, run kit sign -h

Sign a commit, tag or note. Run 'kit sign' to sign the current commit.
Usage:
kit sign [command] [flags]
kit sign [command]
Available Commands:
commit Sign a commit or branch
note Sign a note
tag Sign an annotated tag
Flags:
-f, --fee float Set the network transaction fee
--head string Specify the branch to use as git HEAD
-h, --help help for sign
--merge-id string Provide a merge proposal ID for merge fulfilment
-n, --nonce uint Set the next nonce of the signing account signing
-x, --reset Clear existing remote tokens before creating a new one
-u, --signing-key string Address or index of local account to use for signing transaction
-p, --signing-key-pass string Passphrase for unlocking the signing account
-v, --value string Set a value for paying additional fees
Global Flags:
--dev Enables development mode
--gitpath string Set path to git executable (default "git")
--home string Set the path to the home directory (default "/Users/ncodes/.kit")
--home.prefix string Adds a prefix to the home directory in dev mode
--loglevel stringToString Set log level for modules (default [])
--net uint Set network/chain ID (default 1)
--no-colors Disables output colors
--no-log Disables loggers
--profile.mode string Enable profiling mode, one of [cpu, mem, mutex, block]
--remote string Set the default remote name (default "origin")
--remote.address string Set the RPC server address (default ":9002")
--rpc.https Force the client to use https:// protocol
--rpc.password string Set the RPC password
--rpc.user string Set the RPC username
Use "kit sign [command] --help" for more information about a command.

Global Options

The command includes global options that can be set for all sub-commands.

  • -f, --fee - Set the number of coins to pay as a transaction processing fee. If unset, the value of user.fee config option of the current repository will be used.

  • -n, --nonce - Set the next nonce of the signing account. This is the number of transactions sent by the signing account + 1. If unset, the value of user.nonce config option of the current repository will be used.

  • -v, --value - (Optional) Set the number of coins to be transferred from the signing account. If unset, the value of user.value config option of the current repository will be used.

  • -r, --remote - Provide the remote name where the push token will be added to.

  • -x, --reset - Clear previous request tokens from the .git/config before creating a new one.

Remote API Server

  • --remote.address - The address of the Git & RPC remote server.

RPC

For methods that require connecting to a running node, Kit will attempt to connect via RPC by default. These are the options to control the connection:

  • --rpc.user - The username to send to the RPC server for authentication.

  • --rpc.password - The password to send to the RPC server for authentication.

  • --rpc.https - Enables SSL connection to the RPC server.

Signing

  • -u, --signing-key - The address or index of a key that will be used to sign the transaction. If unset, the value of user.signingKey config option of the current repository will be used.

  • -p, --signing-key-pass - The passphrase that will be used to unlock the signing key. If unset, the value of user.passphrase config option of the current repository will be used.