I got the location of the GIT repository from the "Settings" tab of the GIT repository in Stash. Something like /var/stash-home/data/repositories/<repo id>
I have written a prepare-commit-msg hook and added this hook manually inside the hooks folder of this particular GIT repository.
But when I clone this repository, I am not seeing the hook I added there inside the local .git/hooks folder.
How can I make sure that the hook I added is available in the .git folder when I clone it on my local machine?
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