Do you have any Git repositories that you host on your own servers? Would you like to ping services that require a GitHub hook?
Use this script as your post-receive script and you'll be able to.
Given the quick-and-dirty nature of this script, it is recommended that you use it only if you know what a post-receive hook is.
It looks for a file named
.git-post-receive-urls in your home
directory. The file should be a YAML hash whose keys are the names of
repositories and whose values are arrays of URLs to post to.
my-fancy-repo: - https://example.com/hooks?token=1234567890 - https://example.com/other-hook
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