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stash hook to prevent unpushed submodules

We use https://bitbucket.org/atlassianlabs/bitbucket-submodule-safe-hook heavily to prevent people from pushing a master when they haven't pushed changed submodules yet. 

Unfortunately it seems this hook has stopped working in bitbucket-server 4.14.5 and git 2.11.1, all pushes are now rejected.

Is there someone with enough java knowledge to see if this can be fixed somehow?

I've also filed https://getsupport.atlassian.com/servicedesk/customer/portal/24/SSP-22333

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this seemed related to upgrading from git 2.10.0 to git 2.11.1, downgrading git makes these hooks working again.

@Robbin Bonthond I'm curious where you are today with this functionality? Do you know, is there some version of this hook that is working for you with a modern Bitbucket? We're using Bitbucket SErver 6.10.1 now and I'm looking into adding this protection. 

Also, related is this feature request you may want to vote on: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/BSERV-9660.

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