Git hooks is a little framework that I've written to easily add code validations and checks in our Git workflow every time a developer tries to commit code.
This way you are sure that all code that is commited meets certain standards.
For the moment we perform the following checks:
- Prevent commit on master (We work with git flow so commit to the master is a big no no)
- Check for merge markers
- Commit message must at least be 8 characters
Some extra information about some of the modules
You can overwrite the default jshint config by placing a
.jshintrc file in the root of your repository.
Git hooks also supports the use of
.jshintignore in the root folder of your repo.
Git clone the repo in your home folder in .hooks directory:
git clone https://github.com/Sitebase/git-hooks.git .hooks
Create a link to the git-hooks script in /usr/bin
ln -s ~/.hooks/git-hooks /usr/bin/git-hooks
Now to install the hooks on your repository
git hooks enable
And that's it. If you now do a commit the needed commit checks will be run for that specific file extension.
Modules currently only run when the pre-commit hook is called.
An overview of the installed modules and their current status can be retrieved using
git hooks module list.
Enabling and disabling modules
These modules can be enabled and disabled using
git hooks module [enabled|disable] module_name.
Addons will be loaded into git-hooks whenever the
helper.sh script is included, they reside in the
To include your own addon, simply add a shell script to the folder and it will be loaded.
Addons should have their functions start with a fixed prefix. For example
my_addon as prefix will result in functions like
Providing a function with only the prefix as name will allow you to use it on the commandline. For example
git hooks my_addon
git pull and all your projects that use hooks are up to date.
Of course from time to time it will happen that a check fails but actually you now the code you've written is valid. The you can add
--no-verify to skip the hooks.
git commit -m "Awesome new feature" --no-verify
- Make PHP mess detection module
- Make PHP check style module
This project is made possible due to the efforts of these fine people:
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