Recently I began to wonder if there was a way to have a collection of [git hooks] that could run on all of my git projects to save me the trouble of creating/editing hooks in each of my projects. Yes, it is possible to do this for new projects, via the
git config --global init.templatedir command, but I have a lot of pre-existing git projects that I wanted to add a pre-push hook to, and I wanted to be able to make alterations to this hook after the fact that would affect all my projects. Apparently, I'm not the only person who needed this feature, because it was added in git release 2.9.
Adding the global hooks was easy enough, thanks to this [stackoverflow] answer, but I did run into a couple of caveats after I had the global hooks path set.Read More
Todd Eidson is a full stack application developer and life-long learner. He is a pragmatic programmer, a believer in clean coding, and an evangelist for extensible and reusable code. His hobbies include collecting old jazz records and going to live music performances.
North Central Ohio, US
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