➜ .brew-file git:(main) ✗ git commit -a -m "update"
error: error: Found argument '-U' which wasn't expected, or isn't valid in this context
If you tried to supply `-U` as a value rather than a flag, use `-- -U`
op-ssh-sign [OPTIONS] -Y [--] [payload]
For more information try --help
fatal: failed to write commit object
NOTE: if i remove git from homebrew and use the Apple supplied git, it all works. But this means i'm running an older version of git for everything...
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has anyone else seen this issue ??
the current version of git supplied by apple is:
➜ ~ git --version
git version 2.37.1 (Apple Git-137.1)
Yeah, I did the same thing. Homebrew, upgrade to 2.40, same exact error.
Same issue here. Happened as soon as I upgraded to git 2.40.0 (homebrew).
Same here. Is there any way to specify a path to the git binary for (just) this operation, until there’s a fix?
We're working on a fix for this. For now, what you can do as a workaround is comment out the
gpg.ssh.programline in your
If you want to use it with a GUI application, you can launch it from the terminal session which has
We'll keep you posted for when the fix is out.
I have an exactly the same problem. Thanks for working on that!
@floris_1P how? I did enter export SSH_AUTH_SOCK=~/Library/Group\ Containers/2BUA8C4S2C.com.1password/t/agent.sock in terminal but that did not work with vscode.
It complained that it can't find the key after I did remove it from the configuration file.
"Git: Couldn't find key in agent?" is the error message.
I'm kind of a spot here now as I ened to fix a bug in my code.
@rstolpe Does it work when you try to commit from the terminal?
I'm also having problems getting this to work.
I note that I don't have
.gitconfig. Rather, I have
IdentityAgent "~/Library/Group Containers/2BUA8C4S2C.com.1password/t/agent.sock"
I wonder if I need to reboot or at least log out/in?
You can run
git config --show-origin --get-all gpg.ssh.programto see where
op-ssh-signgets set. Make sure comment out or remove that line. Alternatively, if it's easier, you can also consider downgrading Git.
We have a fix for it ready, which will become available later today.
I can certainly wait until later today!
(But for what it's worth,
git config --show-origin --get-all gpg.ssh.programreturns no output. I don't think that it is mentioned in the docs for using
@floris_1P I already have
$HOME/.1password/agent.sock, so I just commented out the
[gpg "ssh"]section from my
.gitconfigand everything worked just fine.
This makes me wonder -- is the
[gpg "ssh"]section even necessary if
SSH_AUTH_SOCKis already set? Put another way, is
op-ssh-signdoing anything that I don't already get by having
@floris_1P How's that fix going? :)
It's already out for macOS:
Working for me with the original git config back in place and no extra env vars.
@floris_1P Thank you
awesome, just updated 1Password and reinstalled git 2.40.0 via brew, it seems to be working again... Thank you !!
Works for me as well - kudos to the support and dev team on a quick turnaround! Thanks all
Yep, thanks for the super fast turnaround on this one.
Indeed, we have released a fix for this both on the production and on the nightly channels.