Is there a way to install hooks via command line?

I'm looking for a way to install a hook through the command line instead of adding it through the GUI. Is there any way to do this?

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Hi Austin, at the moment it's not possible to install a hook via the command line. You can create a hook, or enable/disable it using the API, but to install it you'll still need to do it via the GUI. 

If you're nterested, you can read How to create a simple hook in Bitbucket Server and Rest resources Bitbucket Server.

Hope this helps!

Cool, yeah I wrote a little hook, but I was hoping to be able to get some CD for the code for the hook set up, as more people developed the hook. 


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