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Re: signing a package remotely

> I remember somebody wrote some scripts to sign packages compiled on
> master, where can I find them?

Hmm.  There's a pair of scripts in the new release of devscripts which
can be used to remotely sign packages:

debsign (formerly signchanges) will sign a .dsc/.changes pair on your
local machine.

debrsign will copy (using SSH) the two files to a remote machine and
sign them there (again using SSH to communicate), finally reuploading
the signed versions back to the local machine.

It might be nice to have an inverse of debrsign which downloads the
files from a remote machine, signs them locally and reuploads them.

In the meantime:
$ scp master.debian.org:pkgs/foobar/foobar_1.0-3{_i386.changes,.dsc} .
$ debsign foobar_1.0-3_i386.changes
$ scp foobar_1.0-3_i386.changes foobar_1.0-3.dsc master.debian.org:pkgs/foobar



  Julian Gilbey, Dept of Maths, QMW, Univ. of London. J.D.Gilbey@qmw.ac.uk
        Debian GNU/Linux Developer,  see http://www.debian.org/~jdg

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