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ghooks

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Simple git hooks

Installation

npm install ghooks --save-dev

It is not advised to install ghooks as a production dependency, as it will install git hooks in your production environment as well. Please install it under the devDependencies section of your package.json.

Please also note, that it is absolutely not advised to install ghooks globally. To work as expected, make it a development dependency of your project(s).

Setup

Add a config.ghooks entry in your package.json and simply specify which git hooks you want and their corresponding commands, like the following:

{
  …
  "config": {
    "ghooks": {
      "pre-commit": "gulp lint",
      "commit-msg": "validate-commit-msg",
      "pre-push": "make test",
      "post-merge": "npm install",
      "post-rewrite": "npm install",
      …
    }
  }
  …
}

Note: The hooks' working directory is relative to the git root (where you have your .git directory). This means that if your package.json is in a subdirectory of your git repo, you'll need to cd into the directory before running any npm scripts. E.g.:

"pre-commit""cd path/to/folder && npm run test"

opt-in/out

One of the last things you want is to raise the barrier to contributing to your open source project. So Andreas Windt developed the opt-cli package to allow you to turn your hooks into opt-in/out scripts. See this project's package.json for an example of how to do that.

All documented hooks are available:

  • applypatch-msg
  • pre-applypatch
  • post-applypatch
  • pre-commit
  • prepare-commit-msg
  • commit-msg
  • post-commit
  • pre-rebase
  • post-checkout
  • post-merge
  • pre-push
  • pre-receive
  • update
  • post-receive
  • post-update
  • pre-auto-gc
  • post-rewrite

Common Issues

Credits

This module is heavily inspired by @nlf's precommit-hook

Contributors

Huge thanks to everyone listed here!

License

This software is licensed under the MIT license