Tip: Share a Git Hooks Directory Across Your Repositories

TL;DR

git config --global core.hookspath '<path to hooks directory>'

Sharing Hooks Across Repos

I posted before about using a pre-commit hook to check that I’m not committing anything that I really shouldn’t be (anything I’ve tagged with //DONOTCOMMIT).

Hooks are specified in the .git/hooks directory. That’s great, a git repository is completely contained within its parent folder,…

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Tip: Share a Git Hooks Directory Across Your Repositories

TL;DR git config –global core.hookspath ‘ ‘ Sharing Hooks Across Repos I posted before about using a pre-commit hook to check that I’m not committing anything that I really shouldn’t be (anything I’ve tagged with //DONOTCOMMIT). Hooks are specified in the .git/hooks directory. That’s great, a git repository is completely contained within its…

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