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From Jeroen Reijn <>
Subject Re: Import my key into the KEYS file
Date Wed, 09 Jul 2008 15:07:25 GMT
Thanks David!



David Crossley wrote:
> Jeroen Reijn wrote:
>> Thanks Carsten!
>> I'll give it a try. If found this message, but it was a but inclear, but 
>> after reading it 3 times.. I get it. I'll give it a go. Once I commit it 
>> into SVN will it also appear on the /dist/ or is SVN the only place it 
>> has to go in?
> That KEYS file is a separate one to that at the /dist/ directory.
> Most of the files there are in SVN at
> but not the KEYS file. It should be, and be kept synchonised
> with the other one.
> Probably need to then do:
> ssh
> cd /x1/www/
> svn up
> When verifying, consider the rsync delay:
> -David
>> Reinhard P?tz wrote:
>>> Jeroen Reijn wrote:
>>>> Hi all,
>>>> I uploaded the Cocoon 2.1.11 jars a couple of weeks ago into the m1 
>>>> synch repository using the script from SVN. It turned out that when I 
>>>> ran the script it did not create .asc files. As a complete newbie to 
>>>> this kind of thing, I got a nice email from the repository team that 
>>>> told me I had to create these specific files. I read through the FAQ 
>>>> and release signing[1] documentation, but the thing that I'm stuck at 
>>>> is how to import my public pgp key to the cocoon KEYS file.
>>> Jeroen,
>>> contains 
>>> instructions how this can be done:
>>> Developers:
>>>        pgp -kxa <your name> and append it to this file.
>>>        (pgpk -ll <your name> && pgpk -xa <your name>) >>
this file.
>>>        (gpg --list-sigs <your name>
>>>             && gpg --armor --export <your name>) >> this
>>> HTH

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