Starting with version 1, AutoPkg began evaluating trust info for recipes, so you could see what changes were made to a recipe (if changes were made) and then accept the changes if you wanted to. Here is what the typical trust verification workflow looks like.
Whether running a list of recipes via script or via AutoPkgr schedule, I’d occasionally get error’ed recipes when trust was broken, have to manually run
autopkg verify-trust-info -vv NAMEOFRECIPE
and then, after review, run
autopkg update-trust-info NAMEOFRECIPE
and then run the recipe after updating the trust info:
autopkg run -v NAMEOFRECIPE
So I thought I’d take a stab at scripting the whole process. Basically my script
updates all the repos (to see if there are changes), verifies trust info on each of the recipes in the recipe list, and then prompts the user to review changes and approve them or not, before running all the approved or unchanged recipes.
It’s still in the early testing phase, but it seems to work so far….