Ability to get your GPG passphrase from a keychain/password manager

I have configured gpg to use the MacOS keychain to store my passphrase. From the command line, I am not prompted for my gpg passphrase when committing. However, selecting the same gpg binary in GitKraken, I am prompted. I'm guessing this is because you're passing a custom config to gpg and not using the one from my home dir.

This adds enough of a burden to committing with GitKraken that it's worth it to just switch to the command line for me.

For reference, my setup involves installing pinentry-mac from Homebrew and adding the following lines to ~/.gnupg/gpg-agent.conf:
use-standard-socket
pinentry-program /usr/local/bin/pinentry-mac

Under consideration Suggested by: Andy Upvoted: 16 Aug Comments: 1

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