Install this in your project like this:
$ npm install --save magik-hooks
After installation, you can use this package in your code like this:
// require magik-hooks so it's availableconst magikHooks = ;// create a new hook, assuming the variable `commands` holds the actual// commands as a string. Optionally provide an `identifier` so the hook can// be removed easily at a later time. (In case you're running multiple scripts// from one git hookmagikHooks;// removes a hook, optionally provide an identifier so only that particular// hook will be removed.magikHooks;
To uninstall, simply type this on the command line:
$ npm uninstall --save magik-hooks
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